Computer Graphics Technology
The Computer Graphics Technology (CGT) program at Clark College provides hands-on learning with technologies used to create visual communications, digital imagery, integrated media, and applied technology solutions. Students taking our courses have an interest in computer graphics, multimedia, web design or graphic design. Our students' needs range from wanting specific software training, to acquiring a set of skills, to pursuing a certificate or degree.
CGT offers Career and Technical Education programs designed to prepare students for employment in various creative and technical disciplines. Please see our Career Pathway flowcharts for various job titles in the web and graphic design industry.
Our curriculum consists of two specialized certificate programs in Web Design or Graphic Design. These certificates can lead to one of our comprehensive AAT degrees in Web and Graphic Design or Web Development. Students may also be interested in the ART Department's Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) transfer degree in Graphic Design.
Students are encouraged to meet with a CGT program advisor to discuss options, help plan your course schedule, tour the facilities, and talk with current students. Students must complete all Major Area Requirements with a minimum grade of "C" or better in order to successfully complete the program and earn the award. Refer to the Degree & Certificate Requirement Section of the Clark College catalog to identify the courses needed to satisfy the General Education Requirements.