Hodges University

Bachelor of Science in Digital Design and Graphics (DDG)

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Digital Design and Graphics (DDG) prepares students for the emerging field of Digital Design including: print, packaging, identity, environmental, interactive, and 3-dimensional design.  This program focuses heavily on the principles and practical applications of the modern day visual communicator.  The required cores provide students with a solid foundation, and the specialty areas allow students a degree of specialization based on the individual designer's area of interest. Let the computer be your canvas with a degree in Digital Design and Graphics.

On Campus, Online, and Blended
Courses in the Associate in Science in Digital Design and Graphics degree are offered on campus, entirely online as part of our online learning experience, and in a blended online/in-class format.

DDG Professionals Find Careers In:

  • Motion Picture and Video Industries
  • Software and Website Development
  • Video Game Development
  • Computer Systems Design
  • Advertising
  • Publishing
  • Marketing and Public Relations

 


Why DDG?

Is DDG Right For Me?

Art comes in many different forms, and with the evolution of technology, the computer is now one of the most popular canvases in use today. If you are an artist with an interest in technology, a career in Digital Design and Graphics can start here!

Diverse Career Opportunities

With the evolution of mobile devices and the expanding world of digital media, Digital Graphic Design is a growing and diverse field. Employment of all types of graphic designers is expected to increase by 13 percent from 2010 to 2020* and these jobs traverse an array of professional arenas.  The career term 'Digital Designer' encompasses all areas of entertainment and marketing and also applies to architectural and landscape design.

Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Arts-and-Design/Graphic-designers.htm#tab-6 11/5/2013

A Career in Digital Design and Graphics May Be a Good Fit For You if:

  • You are artistic and creative
  • You enjoy problem solving
  • You are a good communicator
  • You enjoy working with technology
  • You enjoy working with others

Careers

What Can I Do With a DDG Degree?

Careers in graphic design, web design, computer animation, and computer aided drafting are all in great demand, and Hodges University is prepared to help pave the way for students interested in any of these career fields.

Digital Design and Graphics Careers

Listed below are a few examples of career opportunities. Opportunities will vary depending on a company's industry and specific requirements.

ADVERTISING, MARKETING, AND PUBLISHING
  • Signage
  • Newspaper Design
  • Digital Pre-Press
  • Printing
  • Magazine Design
  • Web Design
ENTERTAINMENT
  • Television
  • Video Production
  • Video Game Design
  • Animation
MORE
  • Corporate In-House Designer
  • Computer Aided Drafting
  • Real Estate
  • Packaging Design
  • Public Relations
  • Graphic Designer

Curriculum

What Will I Learn?

You may enter the DDG program during any semester. A full time student, 12 semester hour credits per term or typically 3 courses per term, can complete this program in approximately 2 years.

Hover over the course names below to view course descriptions.

Area I.

Digital Design and Graphics

A.

Digital Design and Graphics Core Semester Hour Credit
DDG1003 Introduction to Graphic Communication

DDG1003 -Introduction to Graphic Communication - 4 Credits

This course will provide an introduction to health information management. An overview of the health information profession and functions, health care delivery settings, health record content and structure, accreditation standards, nomenclature and classification systems, electronic health records, database management, reimbursement methodologies, healthcare data sets and standards, clinical vocabularies and classifications, and information systems, security, and technology are covered. HIM students must earn a C or better in this course.

4

DDG1010 Introduction to CAD

DDG1010 - Introduction to CAD - 4 Credits

Upon the completion of this course, the student will be able to work with and identify the commands required to work with AutoCAD and the basic drawing setup, scale factors, and plot scales for modeling. The student will learn concepts of layering, lineweights, linetypes, 2D drawing, editing, display, drawing aids, object selection, groups, calculation strategies and text commands. Lectures will include the information for the student to be able to demonstrate architectural standards for lettering, line work, sketching, orthographic projection, geometric constructions, and area and volume calculation for basic geometric shapes

Prerequisite: CAP1000

4
DDG1020 Visual Communication and Design

DDG1020 - Visual Communication and Design - 4 Credits

Visual Communications is an exploration into the idea that memorable visual messages with text have the greatest power to inform, educate, and persuade an individual. This course will include the study of visual elements and principles of line, plane, shape, form, pattern, texture, gradation, color, symmetry, order, balance, unity, contrast, mass, and proportion. Additionally, spatial relationships and compositions in 2 and 3 dimensional space will be explored.

Prerequisites: CAP1000, DDG1001, DDG1003

4
DDG2105 3D Modeling and Animation

DDG2105 - 3D Modeling and Animation - 4 Credits

The 3D Modeling and Animation course is a complete overview of the three-dimensional CAD. It focuses on rapid prototyping using software, creation and editing of 3D Wireframe modeling, and 3D solid modeling. It also includes a broad overview of the theory and practice of rendering realistic simulations of objects in motion.

Prerequisite: DDG1010

4
DDG3000 Multimedia Portfolio

DDG3000 - Multimedia Portfolio- 4 Credits

Students will learn about portfolios: how to plan and design them; how to display art work by reproducing it both graphically and photographically; how to organize and physically assemble portfolios; and finally, how to use them as an integral portion of their resume for interviews and employment opportunities.

 

Prerequisites: DDG1001, DDG1003, DDG1010, DDG1020, DDG2105

4
Select three electives from the following:
DDG2000 Digital Animation and Effects for the Web

DDG2000 - Digital Animation and Effects for the Web - 4 Credits

An introduction to media concepts featuring digital media hardware and software, tools and techniques, survey of digital media applications, and issues relating to the use of digital media. Students conceptualize a media-based project using text, graphics, audio, video, animation, and interactivity and follow a development process to project delivery.

Prerequisites: DDG1001, DDG1003

4
DDG2310 Introduction to Web Design

DDG2310 - Introduction to Web Design - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures to create and post web pages suitable for course work, professional purposes, and personal use. Topics include basic skills of FTP, search engines, browsers, Internet literacy and secure Web design. The HTML language is stressed as the tool for web site creation. Also investigated are popular GUI interfaces such as Adobe Dreamweaver.

Prerequisite: CAP1000

4
DDG2102 Introduction to Multimedia

DDG2102 - Introduction to Multimedia - 4 Credits

This course is intended to give students an introduction to multimedia systems and an understanding of the multimedia data types, how to handle, store, and transmit multimedia data. Topics related to multimedia operating and communication systems will also be covered. It is also aimed to give the participants a chance to build a multimedia application using a multimedia application development tool.

Prerequisite: CAP1000, DDG1020

4
DDG2600 Civil Drafting

DDG2600 - Civil Drafting - 4 Credits

This course includes an introduction to civil drafting, symbols, terminology, standards, and development of an engineering drawing from survey notes to its inclusion into a set of construction plans or an engineering report. Other topics covered include structural details for concrete, steel, and wood for light commercial, residential, and heavy commercial building, and framework using CAD software.

Prerequisite: DDG1010

4
DDG2610 Architectural Drafting

DDG2610 - Architectural Drafting - 4 Credits

This course is an overview of basic concepts of residential construction to include site planning, floor plans, room planning, wall sections, roof types, and elevation of single-story and multi-story structures. This course will explore residential drafting techniques, commands, and terminology, color matching, shadow development, and cabinet detailing using CAD software.

Prerequisite: DDG1010

4
DDG2620 Advanced CAD Tools and Techniques

DDG2620 - Advanced CAD Tools and Techniques - 4 Credits

This course is an advanced course of hardware/software configurations required for the computer drafting environment. It provides CAD students an opportunity to approach detailed design problems from a computer perspective, hands-on experience in creating custom menus, text fonts, attributes, rotations, X-Ref and more. Different methods of generating commands are also covered.

Prerequisite: DDG1010

4

Total Digital Design and Graphics Core
32

B.

Advanced Digital Design and Graphics Core


DDG3210 Advertising Concepts

DDG3210 - Advertising Concepts - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing professional raster-based solutions in advertising design. Topics include advanced image manipulation techniques, resolution, color mode, file format, copyright, blending techniques, designing on a grid, and visual hierarchy. Adobe Photoshop will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional vector resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisite: DDG3000

4
DDG3220 Digital Illustration

DDG3220 - Digital Illustration - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing professional vector-based solutions for digital design. Topics include advanced digital illustration techniques, scalable vector graphics, Bezier curves, gradient mesh, filter effects, 2-d vs. 3-d rendering, positive vs. negative space, balance, rhythm, and unity. Adobe Illustrator will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional raster resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisite: DDG3000

4
DDG3230 Multi-page Design

DDG3230 - Multi-page Design - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing professional multi-page publication. Topics include master pages, character styles, paragraph styles, text wrapping, linking imagery, pre-flight documents, baseline grids, and alignment. Adobe InDesign will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisite: DDG3000

4
DDG3240 Designing with Type

DDG3240 - Designing with Type - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing with type. Topics include leading, kerning, ascender, baseline, cap height, counter, serif, and the anatomy of the letterform. Typography is a major component to a successful career in digital design. The Adobe Creative Suite software will be heavily utilized in the course.

Prerequisite: DDG3000

4

Total Advanced Digital Design and Graphics Core
16

C.

Business Core


GEB1012 Introduction to Business

GEB1012 - Introduction to Business - 4 Credits

A survey course in the principles of business as practiced in the market system economy. Topics include introductory studies in marketing, economics, human resources, forms of business ownership, global dimensions, organizational structure, management, business ethics, and financial terminology.

4
CAP2000 Advanced Computer Applications

CAP200 - Advanced Computer Applications - 4 Credits

This course is a continuation of CAP1000. It provides a more in-depth coverage of the current Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). This is a required course for all CIT majors, but will also be open to other students desiring further computer experience as an elective course. Students taking both CAP1000 and CAP2000 will be prepared to take one or more of the MCAS certification exams.

Prerequisite: CAP1000 (Certification Exam Fee required)

4
MKT2014 Principles of Marketing

MKT2014 - Principles of Marketing - 4 Credits

A survey course of the marketing of goods and services within the economy. This course covers both the consumer and managerial viewpoints and clarifies the role of marketing within a free enterprise system.

Prerequisite: GEB1012

4
ISM4610 Project Management

ISM4610 - Project Management - 4 Credits

Managing projects within an organizational context, including the processes related to initiating, planning, executing, controlling, reporting, and closing a project. Topics include project integration, scope, time, cost, quality control, and risk management; managing the changes in organizations resulting from introducing or revising information systems; identifying project champions, working with user teams, training, and documentation; and the change management role of the IT specialist.

Prerequisites: CAP1000, ENG1101, COM3015

4

Total Business Core
16

D.

Digital Design and Graphics Specialty Area (select one)



Graphic Design


DDG3250 Identity Design

DDG3250 - Identity Design - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the process for conceptualizing, designing, and managing corporate identity marks. Topics include letter mark, symbol mark, work mark, combination mark, Pantone Matching Systems, brand manual, brand package, and designing across multiple mediums. Adobe Illustrator will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
DDG3260 Packaging Design

DDG3260 - Packaging Design - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the process for designing across multiple surfaces in 3-dimensional packaging solutions. Students will experiment with different templates examining their structures. Exploration of materials will be studied while being conscious of the target market and point of purchase. Topics include bleed marks, crop marks, folds, reading a template, managing resources, crossing over the Adobe software suite, appropriating resources, and creating a comp. The entire Adobe Creative Suite will be heavily utilized in the course.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
DDG3270 Environmental Graphics

DDG3270 - Environmental Graphics - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the process for designing of large format graphical installations. Topics include installation design, point of purchase, vehicle wrap, merchandising, materials selection, printing processes, managing a brand, and exploring the design space. The entire Adobe Creative Suite will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other programs.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
3/4XXX Approved CIT/ISM/DDG Elective

3/4XXX - Approved CIT/ISM/DDG Elective - 4 Credits

Select one approved elective

4
DDG4910 Design Study (Senior Project)

DDG4910 - Design Study (Senior Project) - 4 Credits

This course is designed as a senior project class to teach students the development of several design solutions for a particular client/company. Topics include logo design, identity package, advertising, multimedia design, environmental graphics, packaging design, and many other necessary design applications. The entire Adobe Creative Suite will be heavily utilized in the course.

Prerequisites: 28 Credits of upper level DDG courses

4
DDG4920 Senior Portfolio

DDG4920 - Senior Portfolio - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students how to research, design, and deliver a professional portfolio of their work. Students will be required to develop both a print and electronic form of their portfolio along with a complete identity package focusing on their area of expertise. In addition, students will be required to attend at least one professional networking event locally in their field of study.

Prerequisite: DDG4910

4

Digital Media


DDG3300 Digital Animation and Effects for the Web II

DDG3300 - Digital Animation and Effects for the Web II - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing enhanced animations using the most current Action Scripting language. Topics include short story, web banners, websites, interactive GUI, video clips, and enhanced multimedia experiences. Adobe Flash will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
DDG3310 Web Design II

DDG3310 - Web Design II - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing enhanced multimedia experiences. Topics include wireframes, storyboarding, animated banners, interactive GUI, video usage, and enhanced interactive experiences. Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Flash will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other design programs.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
DDG3605 3D Modeling and Animation II

DDG3605 - 3D Modeling and Animation II - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students the proper procedures for designing enhanced 3-dimensional projects. Advanced 3D Modeling is designed to help students develop a process for integrating 3D modeling/animations into their design solutions. The course will reinforce the versatility of 3D modeling as a professional design product. Autodesk 3ds Max and Inventor will be heavily utilized in the course. Additional resources may be developed in other Adobe programs.

Prerequisites: DDG3210, DDG3220, DDG3230, DDG3240

4
3/4XXX Approved CIT/ISM/DDG Elective

3/4XXX - Approved CIT/ISM/DDG Elective - 4 Credits

Select one approved elective

4
DDG4910 Design Study (Senior Project)

DDG4910 - Design Study (Senior Project) - 4 Credits

This course is designed as a senior project class to teach students the development of several design solutions for a particular client/company. Topics include logo design, identity package, advertising, multimedia design, environmental graphics, packaging design, and many other necessary design applications. The entire Adobe Creative Suite will be heavily utilized in the course.

Prerequisites: 28 Credits of upper level DDG courses

4
DDG4920 Senior Portfolio

DDG4920 - Senior Portfolio - 4 Credits

This course is designed to teach students how to research, design, and deliver a professional portfolio of their work. Students will be required to develop both a print and electronic form of their portfolio along with a complete identity package focusing on their area of expertise. In addition, students will be required to attend at least one professional networking event locally in their field of study.

Prerequisite: DDG4910

4

Total Digital Design and Graphics Specialty Area
24

Area II.

Liberal Arts Component


CAP1000 Computer Applications

CAP1000 - Computer Applications - 4 Credits

This course helps students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to use a computer effectively as a tool for productivity, communication, collaboration and problem-solving. The course coverage includes: knowledge of computer operations and file management, the use of email, navigating the Internet to search for information and resources, online safety, security and privacy, as well as the ability to use the current Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access at a level of basic proficiency.

4
ENG1101 English Composition I

ENG1101 - English Composition I - 4 Credits

This course is designed to encourage students to evaluate their own writing practices, learn strategies to make their writing more effective, and then apply their understanding to expository and research writing. Students must pass this course with a grade of C or better.

Prerequisite: A score of 60 or better, or its equivalent on the language skills section of the CPAt test, a score of 65 or better on the language section of the COMPASS test, a score of 48 or better on the language section of the Online Entrance test, or ENG0991 and/or ENG0992 with at least a grade of C.

4
PSY1103 Strategic Thinking

PSY1103 - Strategic Thinking - 3 Credits

This course focuses on how critical thinking and attitudinal perspectives influence human behavior. Students are introduced to methods used in critical thinking, how attitudes are formulated and changed, how the human brain works and how critical thinking can be effective in higher education and their personal lives.

3
MAC1132 College Mathematics

MAC1132 - College Mathematics - 4 Credits

This course will provide the student with a firm understanding of college level mathematics as it relates to the contemporary world. Topics include critical thinking, set theory, logic, number systems, and an introduction to probability. Other topics include an introduction to Algebra and Geometry, solving linear equations, ratios, proportions, variation, percents and interest, measurement, and the metric system. Modern applications are emphasized with the above topics. All students must earn a C or better in this course.

Prerequisite: A score of 60 or better, or its equivalent on the mathematics section of the CPAt test, a score of a 50 or better on the mathematics section of the COMPASS Test, a score of a 18 or better on the mathematics section of the Online Entrance Test, or a grade of C or better in MAT0998

4
POS2050 American National Government

POS2050 -American National Government- 4 Credits

The purpose of this course is to survey the organization, structure and function of the three branches and levels of government in the United States. The course will trace the evolution of the American governmental system including the institutions and processes that are in place to govern the United States of America.

4
STA3014 Statistics

STA3014 - Statistics- 4 Credits

This course introduces the students to statistical techniques in descriptive and inferential statistics including measures of central tendency and variation, hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals.

Prerequisite: MAC1132

4
COM3015 Professional Communication

COM3015 - Professional Communication - 4 Credits

This course provides students with methods of subject development, research, and organization for oral presentation of information. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of skills in a professional setting. Students are required to use presentation software.

Prerequisite: ENG1101 or permission of the Dean of Liberal Arts.

4
PHI3601/3301 Ethics or Philosophy

PHI3301 - Philosophy - 4 Credits

This course acquaints the student with the most significant directions of philosophical thought to the end that the student may have the ability to formulate questions, arrive at reasonable answers, and evaluate those of others.

Prerequisite: ENG1101 and 30 semester hours

PHI3601 - Ethics - 4 Credits

Ethics is a branch of philosophy that explores both the theory and application of virtues and vices in all areas of our lives. The course investigates current issues and events in the light of various moral principles that justify, clarify, explain, and direct our actions and attitudes.

Prerequisite: ENG1101 and 30 semester hours

4
IDS1001 Foundations for College Success

IDS1001 - Foundations for College Success - 1 Credit

This course provides students with an overview of the five educational outcomes expected of all Hodges University graduates: Critical Thinking, Effective Communication, Initiative, Leadership Ability, and Research Ability. Students will be introduced to the Blackboard Learning SystemTM, library resources, APA format, as well as the Academic Honesty Policy and the Writing and Oral Communication requirements of the University. All students are required to take this course their first semester with the University. This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.

1
IDS3501 Service Learning

IDS3501 - Service Learning - 1 Credit

Students learn about social justice and service through academic study and participation in local community settings. Through exploration of identity, diversity, and social responsibility, students develop skills to become multicultural community builders. A minimum number of community service hours are required for each additional credit hour.

Prerequisite: IDS1001, Junior status and permission of the Faculty/Program Advisor, IDS Program Chair, and Dean

1
IDS4001 The Learning Portfolio

IDS4001 - The Learning Portfolio - 1 Credit

In this course, students are required to produce an electronic portfolio that demonstrates their mastery of the five educational outcomes expected of all Hodges University graduates: Critical Thinking, Effective Communication, Initiative, Leadership Ability, and Research Ability. Students in bachelor degree programs are required to take this course their last semester with the University and must successfully complete the course in order to graduate. This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: IDS1001 and senior status

1

Total Liberal Arts Component
34

Total Semester Hours for Graduation Requirement

            122

Benefits

How is Hodges DDG Program Different?

Hodges University’s DDG program not only prepares students with the technical skills they need to succeed in today’s graphic arena, but also provides a solid base in both Liberal Arts and Business Skills.

Our DDG Programs are Certified

Our curriculum is certified by the American Digital Design Association (ADDA). Curriculum Certification provides recognition to schools and training facilities whose curriculum in "Design Drafting" or  "Digital Design  (Graphic Arts)" meets or exceeds industry standards.

ADDA Curriculum Certification acknowledges the standards established and approved by the ADDA, and supported by related organizations such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the International Code Council, the American Society of Testing Materials, Association of Career and Technical Educators, and many others.

The Curriculum Certification Programs also provides a means of encouraging schools to develop and upgrade program curriculum to better prepare students to meet workforce and employment requirements, a goal Hodges University strongly supports.  In fact, Hodges' Associate Professor, Arkady Grinberg, was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Drafting and Design Association in 2014.

Our Small Class Size

Our class size averages 14 students, this small class sizes ensure you receive the attention you need.

Our Curriculum and Technology

Our Digital Design and Graphics program blends design principles and practical, production oriented knowledge and skills that are necessary to land high demand careers. The required courses provide students with a solid foundation, and elective choices that allow students a degree of specialization based on their individual interests and goals.

Hodges prides itself on providing technology for its students.  Fifty-four percent of classrooms at Hodges are equipped with a computer for each seat, including several classrooms that are outfitted for advanced technology studies.  Hodges DDG students also have the advantage of learning from faculty members that have real world experience.

More Information

For more information about our program or Hodges policies and procedures review our Student Handbook and our Current Catalog.

Tuition

What Will the Program Cost?

Hodges University tuition continues to be one of the lowest among private institutions in the state of Florida. Basic tuition for all undergraduate credit hour courses is $510.00 per credit hour.

Additional fees may apply. Books and supplies are not included in tuition. For a complete schedule of Tuition and Fees, see the current Catalog or Graduate Bulletin.

How Does Hodges Help?

Hodges University holds several fundraising events every year that benefit institutional scholarship funds. We also directly contribute an average of approximately two million dollars per year in loan offsetting funds to assist student's in achieving their educational goals. Remember that tuition may be reduced by scholarships and grants and financial aid is available.

"The staff and faculty at Hodges take time to remember your name and always make an effort to say hello."- Fisher School of Technology Graduate

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We look forward to welcoming you to the Hodges family!

 

Tracey Lanham

Vice Chair of CIT, Professor : Computer Information Technology

It's the right time to be a woman in technology!

 
 
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I think I will definitely have an advantage in the marketplace.

- Danalyn Cahill

Associate in Science in Computer Information Technology

Computer skills are in high demand. Because computers are so widely used in business, there is a great need for individuals who can maintain the computer systems, install new hardware and software, provide support and training, manage the network, develop user applications, and develop information systems that support business operations.

 
 
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