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Be creative for a living

Do you like working with a blend of art, design and computers?

EFSC offers a two-year Associate in Science degree in Graphics Technology, which is geared for the current and future needs of computer graphic artists and designers. The graphic design curriculum places emphasis on visual design and communication skills. These skills are developed in a computer production environment using current industry-standard hardware and software. Applications include print, web and animation. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in the industry, as graphic designers, commercial artists, illustrators and web designers.

The Graphics Technology program follows a succession of courses with specific software applications.

Click to view Graphics Technology Career Pathways

Graphics Technology Associate in Science Degree (GDAS)

View the EFSC current college catalog curriculum requirements for the A. S. Degree in Graphics Technology.

College Credit Certificates listed below are part of the A.S. Degree. Students may choose to start with a certificate or with the Associate's degree.

View the program of study for Graphics Technology.

Archived College Catalogs

Graphic Design Production College Credit Certificate (DPCC)

EFSC current college catalog curriculum for this certificate.

View the Gainful Employment information for the Graphic Design Production certificate.

  • 24 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Graphics Technology.

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Graphic Design Support College Credit Certificate (DSCC)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

  • 15 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Graphics Technology.

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Interactive Media Productions College Credit Certificate (MPCC)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

View the Gainful Employment Information for the Interactive Media Production certificate.

  • 24 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Graphics Technology.

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Interactive Media Support College Credit Certificate (MSCC)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

  • 15 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Graphics Technology.

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Credit for High School Courses

If you recently completed a sequence of Graphics Technology courses such as Web Design or Digital Design through Brevard Public Schools you may be eligible to receive college credit.

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Industry Certification

Industry Certifications can lead to free college credit.

Are you a Certified Internet Web-CIW Master Designer? If so may be eligible to receive college credit for GRAC2582 - eMedia.

View this link to read about agreements that match certifications to college credit.

Contact Us

Cristen Jacobsen, 321-433-5957
Student Advisor
jacobsenc@easternflorida.edu
Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 1, Rm. 120

Robert Canger, 321-433-5672
Professor
cangerr@easternflorida.edu

The Graphics Technology courses and labs are offered primarily at the EFSC Melbourne campus. Courses and labs are also available at the Cocoa campus.