About this course
The Visual Communications program prepares students for careers in graphics and design for print media, multimedia, and other applications of commercial art. The Multimedia option concentrates on creative and technical processes involved in print-media production (publishing and advertising, for example) as well as multimedia production for the World Wide Web and other Internet, presentation, and digital multimedia applications. Most courses require the student to use industry-standard software on a personal computer.
- An official translated copy of his/her high school transcript(s) (and college transcripts, if applicable).
- An official transcript showing a minimum of 500 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or 173 on the Computer Based Test, unless from an English-speaking country