In Purdue’s computer graphics program, you will turn your ideas (and ideas of others) into models, digital animations, interactive games and more.
You’ll learn technical problem solving, graphic database management, applied graphic programming skills, graphic design and more.
Graduates with an A.S. degree can become graphics practitioners to produce engineering drawings, technical manuals, multimedia products, technical illustrations, and web pages. A graphics technician can expect employment in manufacturing, service, and information industries as CAD drafters, illustrators, page layout/designers, and multimedia producers.
After completing the A.S. degree program, you can continue your studies toward a bachelor’s degree in computer graphics technology at Purdue's College of Technology in Richmond.