It is not uncommon nowadays for commerce and industry to recruit graphic designers who can work with the latest computer technology and know the most cost-effective graphic production processes. Industry further demands that they understand management principles and are motivated enough to perform creditable under stressful conditions. Designers themselves face stiff competition in the market for their talents and skills. Many are forced to change careers but may only need to further sepcialise or acquire new trainning.
Graphic Design Management
This course will equip student with the use of visual communication that combines images, words and ideas to convey information to an audience. A graphic designer is responsible for arranging and elements on different types of media (such as poster, a package or a website), most likely with use of a graphic software.
WASSCE/SSSCE Certificate Holders
Applicants must have:
A pass in the Core English and Core Mathematics, in addition to a pass in one of the following Core Subjects; Integrated Science, Social Studies/life Skills. Passes in any three (3) relevant Elective Subjects.
The aggregate score for the core and elective subjects must be not be more than 24 for SSSCE holders and not more than 36 for WASSCE holders. The WAEC equivalent grading system has be adopted and this is shown below;
D7 & D8
G.C.E Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificate Holders
Credit Passes in at least Five (5) Subjects (including English Language, Core Mathematics and a Science Subject) in West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) G.C.E. 'O' Level or School Certificate Examinations, and three (3) Passes at the G.C.E Advanced Level. Two 'A' Level passes at grade 'C' or better will also be accepted. A pass in General Paper must also be obtained.