Arizona State University, USA, Tempe
Graphic Information Technology - Concentration in Web Technologies, B.Sc.
- Graphic Information Technology - Concentration in Web Technologies, B.Sc.
- Duration : 4 years
The online Bachelor of Science in graphic information technology provides students with a creative, technological and managerial understanding of graphic information and content creation. The program is primarily focused on web development, along with print, photography and multimedia.
If you have just graduated, or are still studying for your degree in design, you may be wondering just what kind of jobs you will end up with. If this is the case, then this guide is for you.
Design students are lively and full of ideas. They are likely to watch movie credits with interest and a critical eye, own Apple products and laugh at people who use comic sans and they also typically have a range of skills that are highly valued in the graduate jobs market.
The skills that design graduates are likely to have to offer include:
logical thinking and problem-solving
research and editorial skills
presentation and other communication skills
hands-on project management
software skills. Other possibilities include:
film and television production
editorial roles in printed media
product and packaging design
Plenty of design students have taken the subject in different directions. Consider these examples:
an eye for detail.
Obvious career options for design graduates include web design, interactive media and video editing.
In our technical world, graphics are an essential way to communicate information. Being able to create, evaluate, organize and disseminate visual messages to a broad audience is a valuable skill. Through an intensive program of study emphasizing theory and practice, ASU's BS in graphic information technology (web concentration) integrates diverse applications of digital communication and information as used in industry, commerce, education and government. Students learn web development and interactive technologies, computer illustration and digital publishing, photography for online delivery and other technologies relevant to the cross-media nature of the graphic information industry. Areas such as security, usability, entrepreneurship and e-commerce are also explored. I want to find another Bachelor Course GIT students are prepared for positions such as web designers and developers, user experience designers, digital media specialists and advertising executives, among others. Graduates find employment in government, corporate, non-profit and cultural organizations. Recent examples include Shutterfly, Boeing, Digitaria digital marketing agency, Leo Burnett advertising, i4software, Blue Media, Fairytale Brownies and the Phoenix Zoo.
Programme Structure Courses include: CTI 101: Success in Technology & Innovation GIT 135: Graphic Communications MAT 170: Precalculus (MA) GIT 210: Creative Thinking and Design Visualization GIT 230: Digital Illustration in Publishing GIT 215: Introduction to Graphics Programming GIT 237: Web Content Design PSY 230: Introduction to Statistics (CS) TWC 200: Impact of Communications Technology on Society (L) TWC 401: Principles of Technical Communication (L) TWC 411: Principles of Visual Communication (L) TWC 347: Written Communication for Managers (L) TWC 452: Information in the Digital Age TEM 200: My Technology Venture TEM 230: Creativity and Business Innovation TEM 311: Opportunity Analysis TEM 330: Systems Innovation TEM 400: Technology Entrepreneurship TMC 310: Promotion of the Enterprise TMC 320: Funding the Enterprise
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Go to the Degree Programs page on this site. Click on the degree in which you re interested. Select the term for which you want to apply and click "Apply Now." Submit the nonrefundable application fee ($65 for undergraduate, $70 for graduate.) Request to have your official transcript(s) mailed to ASU.
English Entry Requirement
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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