Course Stack Details
Courses cover design and art theory, advanced levels of graphics creation, and color theory.
Available Start Dates
Mar 4, Apr 8, May 6 (4 months, 100% online)
Cost to Enroll
Payment plans available
This four-month program starts by introducing you to the artistic principles that guide graphic design, from composition to color theory. Along the way, you’ll learn to create graphics using software employed by professionals at design, animation, and interactive media companies. Courses focus on critical digital image types for graphic design, including raster and vector images.
Who This Is For
Students who are interested in creating design elements, like logos, graphics, and animation, and compositing images.
What You'll Learn
- A variety of artistic styles and their sociological and psychological effects.
- How to produce vector images and raster images and when to use them.
- Techniques for using industry-standard graphic design software such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Course Stack Prerequisites
What You’ll Need
What You’ll Receive
All students will receive temporary licenses for:
- Microsoft 365
- Adobe Creative Cloud
All courses at Full Sail DC3 are taught by expert, engaged educators who have years of experience in their subject. They bring a deep knowledge of industry best practices and workflows and share it with you, to support your education and help move you along your learning path.
About Full Sail DC3
Full Sail DC3 is a dynamic, short-form education platform that offers online courses and accredited certifications. With the values and benefits of Full Sail University, DC3 is backed by over 40 years of experience in entertainment media and emerging technology, as well as more than a decade of experience delivering compelling online education.Learn More About DC3