Digital Graphic Design

Color-Project-web.jpgThe Lassen Community College Digital Graphic Design (DGD) program is a great opportunity for students who are looking to boost their art/design skills for higher education or a career in Graphic Design. Students enrolled in the courses offered work with industry standard Adobe software on iMac computers in a state of the art studio setting. The DGD program allows students to explore unlimited boundaries with their designs while developing the necessary critical thinking skills to compete in the global world of Graphic Design.







Through the DGD program students learn:

  • Two & Three Dimensional Design

  • Typography

  • Digital Layout for desktop publishing

  • Computer Graphics

  • Digital Illustration

  • Production Graphics

  • Web Page Design

  • Traditional & Digital Photography

  • Printmaking

  • Gallery & Exhibition Design

  • Marketing

  • Drawing

  • On the job training - work experience

 Scarbotfinished.jpgWith increasing student demand and the rise of Graphic Design employment opportunities around the world, the DGD program has expanded its courses. The DGD program offers both one-year and two-year programs. The program offers an Associate in Science Degree, a Certificate of Achievement, a Certificate of Accomplishment in Digital Graphic Design Entrepreneurship, and a Certificate of Accomplishment Digital Graphic Design Fast Track I & II

Many exciting career opportunities that students are prepared for through this program include computer graphics technician, print production artist, layout artist, designer, creative director, freelance designer, photographer, gallery director, exhibition designer, illustrator, typographer/lettering designer, animator, and web designer

LCC has had many graduate students continue their education at a university or institute and receive a Bachelor’s Degree and/or enter into the workforce with great success.  Follow these links to websites created by past and present students: