GRADF-DP Graphic Design

Courses and Descriptions

GRAD-2896Portfolio Presentation

For this course, students will present a résumé and professional portfolio made up of work that they completed while in the program as well as personal work created outside of school if appropriate. Students present their portfolio and current résumé to an examining panel made up of instructors and others knowledgeable in visual communications. Students will be evaluated on the quality and variety of work presented, craftsmanship, accuracy and technical knowledge, communication and presentation skills, and general professionalism. The panel will provide feedback to the student at the end of their presentation to help them refine their portfolio and presentation skills. The purpose of this course is to prepare students to present their work in job interviews, client meetings, or other professional situations after graduation. GRAD-2896 Portfolio Presentation is a required course to qualify to graduate from the Graphic Design program.

Other Course Prerequisites

  • Successful completion of all term 1, 2, and 3 courses in the Graphic Design program
  • Student in good standing with a cumulative GPA of 1.5

Students who do not expect to graduate at the end of the current semester will not be eligible to participate, but will be allowed to complete the portfolio presentation component in their final semester of the program.

Prerequisites

Enrolled in/Completed Term 4 courses
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