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Graphic Design: Digital and Print Media

What it is

Graphic Design: Digital & Print Media, A.A.S.

Minneapolis College’s Graphic Design: Digital & Print Media program centers on the place where words meet images, where clear and purposeful communication meets aesthetic impact and where a range of human needs and desires reside. You will get hands-on experience from experienced instructors in a program that will open up a world for you in a fast-paced Graphic Design career.

Graphic Design: Digital & Print Media Certificates

  • Graphic Design: Digital & Print Media, Certificate
  • Graphic Design: Digital & Print Media Core, Certificate

Do you want an exciting career that merges creativity with technology?  Training from experienced faculty in the program will help you open up a world of possibilities for your graphic design career.


  • Our college is located in downtown Minneapolis, which has one of the largest creative and advertising industries in the country.  
  • Students become part of a tight-knit community that develops a lasting network which can sustain them throughout their design career.  
  • With our innovative teaching and curriculum, faculty members combine years of industry experience with their strong academic backgrounds.  
  • Our advisory committee includes representatives from major ad agencies, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and local design firms.
  • Our graduates have gone on to successful careers at organizations such as: Adobe, Target, Best Buy, Periscope, General Mills, Clockwork, and 3M. 

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Award Requirements and Course Descriptions & Outlines

Please select the award below to view the degree options and requirements in the college catalog.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Effectively apply visual writing and social commentary for screenplays
  2. Demonstrate technical competence with current filmmaking tools
  3. Analyze and apply the historical and aesthetic development in the language of cinema.
  4. Employ the basics of visual language in cinematic storytelling
  5. Identify all the roles and stages involved in filmmaking and collaborate on production teams
  6. Proficiently fulfill at least one area of a filmmaking team: screenwriting, directing, editing or cinematography