Digital Art and Design (Graphic Design & Technology)
ATA’S Digital Arts and Design program exposes students to a wide spectrum of print and digital visual media. Students will learn how to create advertisements, signage, vehicle-wrapping designs, product packages, motion graphics, websites, social media campaign visuals and other items. In addition to earning Technical Advancement Placement (TAP) college credit through Horry Georgetown Technical College, students will also participate in an internship and can obtain certification in one or more of the industry application areas. Upon graduation, students are prepared to enter the work force or may choose to work in the Graphic Communications/design field in the military or continuing studying this subject in a college-level program.