Welcome! The Graphic Design program is structured to equip students with a solid foundation in technical skills and graphic design concepts and practices. The focus is on teaching traditional art skills and creative processes with an emphasis on the computer as a production and composing tool.
Course work has been developed to engage students in the design process, practice hands-on skill-building techniques and create real-world graphic solutions. Additionally, the college’s state-of-the-art design and computer labs provide students with an environment to use current, professional-level software that lets them train on the same technologies they will encounter in the workplace.
Some of the benefits of attending Manchester Community College to study graphic design include:
- MCC was the first college in Connecticut to offer an associate in arts degree focused on digital media, and it remains a leader in design and digital arts education.
- There are no requirements (nor a portfolio review) necessary for entry into the degree program.
- Students have the opportunity to apply for co-op placements where they can gain both real-world experience and academic credits.
View a Sample of Our Students’ Work
Learn about a career in Graphic Design.
Maura O’Connor, Professor