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1 Graphic Design Section B.94 10/10/2015 Ontario College Advanced Diploma (3 Years - 6 Semesters ) (1091) : : : Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada PROGRAM OVERVIEW Design training deals with creative problem solving and Sault College`s Graphic Design Program will provide you with the theoretical and technical training, to give you the tools to develop innovative and creative visual communications in a vast array of technology and media. Our program will provide you with a learning environment, where your creative limits will be pushed by professional designers in a classroom loaded with current and relevant technology of a modern studio setting. We can offer you: A learning experience in small studio classes under the watchful eye of professional designers. A culture that fosters creative ability and pushes to explore unique and creative ways to solve design problems. Studios with hardware and software that is current and relevant in the design field. A generous student to faculty ratio, and faculty who care about your learning experience. Projects that are designed to be hands-on and a reflection of a body of work typical of today`s graphic design industry. An automatic student membership to RGD (Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario) allowing you opportunities through Free admission to our local Design Algoma meetings, and webinars hosted by industry professionals. A sparkling student satisfaction rate of 100% on Knowledge and Skills, Quality Learning Experience and Graduate Satisfaction as well as 100% satisfaction rate from employers. (KPI results) Our Faculty care about your success. Students are asked to rate the concern of people at the College for their success. Student rate our program at 90% compared to the system average of only 66%. (KPI results). Masthead for this page was created by Logan Chapman, Graphic Design student If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and currently unemployed, you may qualify for second career funding for this program! To learn more about your options and how to get started, contact us at ADMISSIONS MINIMUM ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS Ontario Secondary School diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C, or mature student status. ADMISSION PROCEDURES & SELECTION PROCESS Qualified applicants will be ranked on a numerical basis according to the following process: 1. Complete and submit an art evaluation or portfolio presentation. The assignment will be mailed to each

2 qualified applicant. CAREER PATHS Graduates may work as graphic designers, computer graphic illustrators and designers, layout artists, typographic designers, advertising illustrators, book illustrators, art directors, teachers, webs site designers, production artists, corporate designers, package designers, print production managers, cartoonists, television production team members, set designers, and in many other areas. MANDATORY FEES All first-year students will need basic supply package worth approximately $400 at the beginning of the first semester. For your convenience, a supply kit is available in the College`s Campus Shop and contains items used throughout the program. Additional supplies, such as illustration boards, matte boards, cover stock, etc., are purchased as required throughout the school year in the Campus Shop. Students should expect to spend roughly $200 on additional and replacement materials throughout the 1st academic year. Third-year students should expect to spend up to $250 preparing their graduate portfolios. Required textbooks total approximately $500 for the entire three year program. Although not mandatory, it is highly recommended that Graphic Design students have a digital camera for producing their own visual research reference material. It is also highly recommended that if financially possibly, students purchase their own MacIntosh computers. Printing is available in the studio classrooms and charged on a per use basis. Students are automatically enrolled as student members of RGD Ontario (Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario) when they start the program in September of each year. This enables students to have a direct link to our professional organization and take advantage of all of the benefits that being a student member brings. Cost for student membership is $25 per year. OTHER INFORMATION For more information contact Program Coordinator Frank Salituri at ext 2793 or PROGRAM OF STUDY SEMESTER 1 ADV101-4 Illustration I ADV109-4 Editorial Illustration ADV125-4 Design I ADV126-4 Typography I ADV142-4 Production For Design 1 CMM115-3 Communications I GAS109-3 Music and Pop Culture

3 SEMESTER 2 ADV111-4 Illustration II ADV123-4 Design History ADV135-4 Design II ADV136-4 Typography 2 ADV143-4 Production For Design 2 GEN100-3 Global Citizenship SEMESTER 3 ADV201-4 Illustration III ADV228-4 Design History 2 ADV232-3 Multi-Media Development ADV236-4 Typography 3 ADV238-4 Design 3 SEMESTER 4 ADV221-4 Illustration IV ADV242-4 Digital Photography ADV248-4 Design 4 ADV251-4 Typography 4 ADV263-3 Professional Practices 1, Design Documentation ADV264-4 Motion Graphics I SEMESTER 5 ADV311-3 Professional Practices 2, Design Business ADV318-6 Fieldwork ADV319-6 Motion Graphics 2 ADV348-8 Design 5 ADV362-4 Production For Design 3 Select one of the following: GAS103: What in the World is Going On? GAS116: Your Two Cents GEN110: Student Selected General Education HDG122: Personal and Academic Success Strategies SSC102: Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples of Canada Note: *Students must choose one of the identified Student Selected General Education Courses SEMESTER 6 ADV334-2 Graduate Exhibit ADV358-8 Design 6 ADV361-3 Professional Practices 3, Project Management ADV363-4 Production For Design 4 Course Descriptions Semester 1 Illustration I (ADV101) (4 credits) This course is an introductory level illustration course that requires students to develop illustrations using traditional media. The course is intended to provide the student with experience and practice in developing illustrations from observation using traditional techniques and media. Editorial Illustration (ADV109) (4 credits) This course introduces graphic students to the process of making effective, creative images using a variety

4 of traditional procedures, techniques, instruments and media. Foundation exercises practiced at this level explore the use of line and tone to define form, perspective, texture, composition, balance, unity and consistency. Some elements of colour theory are included such as the transposition of colour values to the grey scale. Emphasis is placed on the development of a solid foundation of design and rendering skills. Design I (ADV125) (4 credits) This course is an introduction to fundamental two-dimensional design basics and colour theory. Students are introduced to various design instruments, media, and methods to produce effective design presentations. Emphasis is placed on the development of professional practices and the development and refinement of creative, technical, problem-solving and presentation skills. Typography I (ADV126) (4 credits) This course introduces graphic design students to the history, principles and use of letterforms in communication and covers such areas as typefaces, type families, and typestyles. Students bring to their lettering design solutions an understanding of such issues as letter formations and proportions, spacing, legibility, optical effects, and the accurate application of visual language skills. Production For Design 1 (ADV142) (4 credits) This course is a hands-on class that will introduce students to the Macintosh operating system for proper usage in the development of Graphic Design solutions. Students will begin with the proper means of storing and accessing files and file organization. Following the introduction to operating systems, students will develop projects using Adobe InDesign. Particular emphasis will be placed on the development of Typographic design solutions, while incorporating various Graphic formats for proper print output or formatting for the web. Students will be introduced to the basics of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for the purpose of proper integration into InDesign formats. Students will also be developing and/or exporting files in Adobe Acrobat format with attention being placed on technical accuracy. Communications I (CMM115) (3 credits) The focus of this course is paragraph writing. Students will produce effective, college-level expository/response paragraphs by developing analytical skills to select and properly integrate electronic and other research materials. Writing components such as grammar, sentence structure, paragraph development, editing, and referencing are included. Music and Pop Culture (GAS109) (3 credits) This course will give students the opportunity to think creatively and critically about the influence of popular music. Students will explore different music genres (rock, metal, hip hop and rap), their development and social significance. Students may explore music in film, commercials, war and protest, social and civil rights movements, and the contributions of specific artists to contemporary culture. The ways in which popular music has contributed to the current culture and, in turn, how culture has shaped popular music will be examined. Semester 2 Illustration II (ADV111) (4 credits) This studio course will engage students in the process of planning artistic conceptual drawings to communicate environment concepts. Through the development of plan/elevation drawings and 3 dimensional drawings the participant will be able to communicate to a third party how a proposed environment will appear and function. Development and refined approach to various types of media techniques. Design History (ADV123) (4 credits) This course is intended as a survey of the history of Graphic Design from its' earliest beginnings to the industrial revolution and the current digital revolution and the information age. This course will highlight

5 major design styles and schools and give an opportunity to students to relate past design styles with current design solutions. Course lecture content will be reinforced with a series of creative projects and presentations. Design II (ADV135) (4 credits) In this course, students build on the skills and knowledge attained in semester one studio classes by developing more advanced expertise in the use of traditional technical design instruments and media and design and colour theory. Effective visual communication is created by students beginning to incorporate type with images. Emphasis is placed on establishing good research methods in step by step progressive development of ideas and presentations for commercial purposes. Typography 2 (ADV136) (4 credits) In this course, students build on the skills and knowledge attained in semester one studio classes by developing more advanced expertise in the use of typography and typographic theories. Emphasis is placed on communicating visual language concepts through typographic based projects. Projects include using larger and larger amounts of body text in conjunction with headline treatments to increase student abilities and sensitivities towards more refined typographic studies. Production For Design 2 (ADV143) (4 credits) This course is designed as a continuation of Production for Design1. Students will refine their skills in file management and the Macintosh operating system. This course will introduce students to the Adobe Creative Suite using Illustrator and Photoshop as well as developing a more advanced understanding of Indesign. Emphasis will be placed on the proper use of tools and techniques found in the software, as well as the use of proper graphic formats for print output. Global Citizenship (GEN100) (3 credits) The world we are living in is one in which local, national and international issues are interwoven, and the need for us to understand the impact these issues can have on our lives has never been greater! Using a socio-cultural, political and environmental lens, students will view how the world is changing and how to become active agents of change from the local to international level. Important issues such as social injustice, poverty, environmental protection, resource scarcity, sustainability, and health will be addressed. Global citizenship is an opportunity to `Be the Change`. This course meets the Civic Life and Social and Cultural Understanding General Education themes. Semester 3 Illustration III (ADV201) (4 credits) This third level Illustration course gives the student the opportunity to expand ideas and images from the black and white stage of line art to full colour. As well as continued emphasis on good research, the importance of delivering a professional product will be stressed. Because of the need to conform to the limitations of production, students will learn to understand that discipline is required both in the method of expression and in the use of materials. Design History 2 (ADV228) (4 credits) This is a lecture based class that will explore and analyze the contemporary history of design. Media and Visual Communications will be the main emphasis but students will be studying various design disciplines. These will include industrial design, painting and sculpture, architecture, interior design, film, photography, television and multi media. The course will focus on a chronological series of design movements from the Bauhaus at the time of the Second World War to current trends in television and digital communication. Multi-Media Development (ADV232) (3 credits) This course develops the ability to design and implement multimedia products and advanced web pages incorporating Flash, SharePoint, style sheets, scripting and other web technologies. The technique to create multimedia content including still images, video, animation, audio and incorporate them in web

6 page technologies and distribution media will also developed. In addition, concepts relating to presentation design, computer hardware requirements, media capture, file formats, media storage and presentation hardware will be developed and used in the creation of media projects. Typography 3 (ADV236) (4 credits) This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to solve design problems with a typographic approach. Students will combine traditional design methods of design exploration with the ability to produce final comprehensive solutions in the MacIntosh environment using current design industry software. Design 3 (ADV238) (4 credits) A continuation of Design 2, this course allows more comprehensive exploration of design software namely the Adobe Creative Suite on the MacIntosh, leading participants to create more complex and sophisticated graphic and illustrative images. Students will be challenged with solving more complex design and visual problems than in Design 2. Integration of typographic and layout principles will be required to solve more wholistic design challenges. Semester 4 Illustration IV (ADV221) (4 credits) This course allows the participant to develop further experience in hands-on illustrative rendering techniques combined with current software to produce finished digital illustration. More complex colour rendering techniques are explored, building on skills previously established. Integrating type with images, the student will solve communication design problems in a series of commercial illustrative assignments. Digital Photography (ADV242) (4 credits) Course participants are introduced to the digital camera and are shown photographic compositional techniques and lighting techniques. Emphasis is on how digital images can be manipulated using the MacIntosh computer as well as the parameters for reproducing those images. Design 4 (ADV248) (4 credits) Course participants produce increasingly complex colour images and designs using the Adobe Creative Suite. Emphasis is placed on wholistic design approaches and the creation of design systems. Typography 4 (ADV251) (4 credits) This is the last in a series of four specific typographic study courses. The student will have the opportunity to fine tune their typographic skills and explore the issues surrounding developing design systems for handling large amounts of textual information in a consistent and reader friendly manner. Current trends and technologies in typographic design will also be explored. Professional Practices 1, Design Documentation (ADV263) (3 credits) Professional Practices I provides an opportunity for students to explore a series of complex design problems on their own, while tracking and compling information to be presented as documentation to illustrate the student's design process. This course provides a basis for the organizational and documentational skills required in more senior design classes. Motion Graphics I (ADV264) (4 credits) This studio course introduces the student to the world of moving graphics. Through experimentation and exploration students will study legibility and readability issues with typography and how movement impacts both type, imagery and understanding and interpretation. A variety of methods will be used to manipulate text and imagery in a moving environment. Semester 5

7 Professional Practices 2, Design Business (ADV311) (3 credits) This second in a series of Professional Practices classes will focus on the business aspect of Graphic Design. Students will research and explore the workings of agencies and studios. Design professionalism and design ethics, copyright issues will also be topics of discussion and assignment. Fieldwork (ADV318) (6 credits) Fieldwork provides the advanced graphic design student with hands-on practical experience in a real graphic design work environment. Opportunity is provided for participants to develop more professional standards in resume and portfolio development and to attend interviews in competition for field placement positions. Motion Graphics 2 (ADV319) (6 credits) This course will build upon skills learned using a variety of industry standard software applications. Students will be required to identify the distinct advantages of both vector and raster based graphic formats pertaining specifically to animation. Students will also develop an intermediate understanding of animation for the web, and animation for broadcast production using Adobe Flash, FireWorks, PhotoShop, Premiere, Edge and HTML5. There will be particular emphasis on using industry standard methods of producing animation. Design 5 (ADV348) (8 credits) This course is a continuation of Design 4. Participants develop further experience in applying various techniques learned in previous semesters. Emphasis is placed upon design process and solving multi-faceted design problems while exploring design specialties such as but not limited to advertising design, corporate identity and branding, packaging, environmental graphics and editorial design. Students will be coached to produce work at an industry quality level. Production For Design 3 (ADV362) (4 credits) In addition to concentrating on preparing files for producing camera ready artwork, the advanced student analyses the production process and the printing process. This course examines output to film, separations, CMYK, RGB, spot colour, half-tone screens, and printing resolutions. What in the World is Going On? (GAS103) (3 credits) This course will give you the opportunity to build a strong awareness of current global issues. You will explore various media such as radio, TV, internet, newspaper, and magazines. Through discussions, debates, and presentations, students will focus on the main international headlines. Students will discover and develop a view and understanding of the impact of events related to music, entertainment, fashion, sports, politics, economics, world issues, and human-interest stories. Your Two Cents (GAS116) (3 credits) No matter one s lifestyle, income or background, each person has experienced and developed practices to how we relate to money. This course explores our relationship and personal understanding with money, and its place and value in our culture and individual lives. Student Selected General Education (GEN110) (3 credits) For Transfer Credit Purposes only. Personal and Academic Success Strategies (HDG122) (3 credits) This course will prepare you for the rigors of academic life and enable you to develop a personal profile for college and career success. The main focus of this course will include accepting personal responsibility, discovering self-motivation, mastering self-management, employing interdependence, gaining self-awareness, adopting lifelong learning and developing emotional intelligence. In addition, you will develop and produce a `Personal Profile` that will identify your personal learning style, communication

8 style, and personality style to enable you to achieve success in learning about, understanding, and choosing the courses and careers that will lead to personal and professional satisfaction. Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples of Canada (SSC102) (3 credits) This course will provide the participants with an introduction to the history and cultural survival of Canada`s Aboriginal people. Aboriginal worldview will be identified and discussed in both historical and modern perspectives. Students will review colonization, government policies and legislation, which provide a foundation for understanding modern Aboriginal life in Canada. Semester 6 Graduate Exhibit (ADV334) (2 credits) The senior graduating graphic design class is provided the opportunity to work as a team to plan a graduate exhibition in its final semester. Students will work within a budget to plan all stages of this event, including advertising, promotion, venue rental, and exhibit coordination. Design 6 (ADV358) (8 credits) A continuation of Design 5. In this final class of the design series, students take on advanced design and production challenges. Students can use this class to develop exceptional pieces for their portfolios. Professional Practices 3, Project Management (ADV361) (3 credits) This final class of the series of Professional Practices classes will focus on developing a design specialty for the student. Students will be faced with the task of developing their own semester long final project to enhance their portfolios. The class will begin with proposal writing and end with a final presentation of the entire project. Time and cost estimation and tracking will also be key components to this class. Production For Design 4 (ADV363) (4 credits) This course is a continuation of Production For Design 3. The course will expand on electronic production techniques, printing methods, electronic production issues surrounding web applications and broadcasting graphics. The subject of paper and printing substrates will be explored. It is intended that this course will inform the student of the remainder of the basic information that they need to be competent production artists within the graphics industry.

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