DIGITAL MEDIA FOR PRINT & WEB CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
This program meets the needs of students who have varied educational and career backgrounds and want to foster their creative sensibilities while building industry-specific training for the field of print and web design. It was developed for individuals who intend to work in areas requiring both print and web expertise.
Courses integrate contemporary design and visual communication with professional-level software skills in print and web graphics, production, and publishing. Working with page layout, design and composition, illustration, color, text/photo manipulation and interactivity, participants develop leading-edge aesthetic and technical abilities for creating print publications and websites.
The development of personal vision and innovative problem solving are encouraged along with technical proficiency. Classes take place in modern studios and the Fox Center for Digital Arts, Design Media & Printing with state-of-the-art equipment and industry-utilized software.
A flexible and dynamic approach to learning is based on the time-honored strengths of Moore’s degree programs and the experience of our award-winning faculty, who are committed to sharing their knowledge and bringing real world know-how into the classroom.
The comprehensive curriculum comprises eight courses that can - but are not required to – be completed in one year. Students earn undergraduate-level credit which may apply to undergraduate degrees or be used to meet graduate degree prerequisite requirements. Certificate graduates are prepared to go forward in a creative and fulfilling career.
Moore’s vibrant Philadelphia campus is home to a close-knit community. As an educational leader, Moore is committed to developing confident students with the professional skills to succeed.
Moore is a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design
DIGITAL MEDIA FOR PRINT & WEB CERTIFICATE COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Computer Graphics & the Mac Environment
Page Layout with InDesign
Digital Imaging with Photoshop
Flash Interactive Design
Web Design I: HTML & CSS
Color Pre-Press Production
Web Design II: Dreamweaver & Advanced Codes
All courses in Certificate Programs are open to non-certificate students who may wish to take courses on an individual basis for credit or noncredit
Moore’s Continuing Education Programs for Adults are scheduled in four sessions throughout the year and are published in two annual catalogs: Catalog for Fall & Winter Quarters and Catalog for Spring & Summer Quarters.
Download the Continuing Education Catalog for Spring 2013 ( April 15 - June 24) and Summer 2013 (July 15 - September 20) for a full list of courses.
For more information, contact us at 215.965.4030, or request a catalog.