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RCC Institute of Technology Adds Diploma in Graphic Design and Interactive Media

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Graphic Design and Interactive Media

The program’s goal is to teach students to manage a project, from start-to-finish.

Toronto’s Academy of Design at RCC Institute of Technology will be adding a Diploma in Graphic Design and Interactive Media starting this fall.

“This is a terrific program that reflects the exciting changes in interactive design at the Academy of Design” said Dr. Rick Davey, President of RCC Institute of Technology.

The first class will start in October at RCC’s Davisville campus on Yonge Street in Toronto.

“The internet has changed the way we absorb information, deliver content and speak to each other. Having the ability to design and develop in interactive media is an important skill to master and is in demand as a career,” added Davey.

The program’s goal is to teach students to manage a project, from start-to-finish. Classes will cover topics like graphic design, visual brand building, the elements of design, drawing and conceptual drawing. They will also cover websites, 3D development and audio/video production.

“The program reflects the rapid change experienced in the Graphic Design industry due to recent technological advances,” said Jean – Paul Amore, Chair of the Interactive Design programs at RCC.

“Students will be prepared to enter the work force by faculty who are industry professionals in the field, and are committed to sharing their knowledge for the next generation of designers.”

Schools mentioned: Academy of Design at RCC Institute of Technology

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