4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97405 lanecc.edu
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Purpose To prepare students for entry-level positions
in the fields of graphic and digital design.
Learning Outcomes The graduate will:
Design a variety of graphic materials including
advertising, corporate identity, publications,
packaging, signage, marketing, and the internet.
Solve graphic communication problems through the
use of computer technology used in the field.
Demonstrate understanding of fundamental art,
communication, and marketing principles in the
development of design solutions.
Demonstrate understanding of professional
business standards and practices.
Demonstrate ability to design and produce
materials that will meet professional standards for
Use appropriate library and information resources to
research design problems, issues, and technology as
well as to support lifelong technical learning.
Employment Trends Employment is estimated to be
larger than the statewide average. This occupation
is expected to grow at about the statewide average.
Total job openings are projected to be somewhat
higher than the statewide average.
Reasonable employment opportunities exist for
trained workers. Statewide, 73 job openings are
projected annually with 8 of those in Lane County.
Wages Statewide average $21.34 hourly and $44,385
annually. Lane County average $18.03 hourly and
Costs in Addition to Tuition (estimate)*
Average costs ......................................................... $1,500
* Subject to change without notice.
Admission Deadline Open admission for first year.
Limited admission for second year. Second year
admission dates: Transcripts, essay, and application
are due the first Monday of May. Portfolios are due
the third Friday of May. See Art and Applied Design
Department for specific dates and information.
Number of New Students Admitted Annually
First year unlimited. Second year, approximately