Scranton's Digital Graphic Design diploma program is designed to teach students the skills needed to create designs and other digital media to meet most commercial needs. The program provides the necessary fundamentals of design, drawing basics, typography, electronic design and color theory. Current software applications such as Adobe IllustratorT, Adobe PhotoshopT and QuarkXpressT are utilized to help you learn to create everything from promotional displays and marketing brochures to distinctive company logos and various publications. Graduates of Allied Medical & Technical Institute's Digital Graphic Design program are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as graphic designers, production artists, multimedia designers, illustrators and publishers.
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