Algonquin College Graphic Design Program Computer Graphics Course Curriculum Algonquin College Graphic Design Program Computer Graphics Course Curriculum

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Each faculty member in the Graphic Design Program strives for clear, known, detailed and fair assessment. The information below is provided to show each and every student where their target goal is and how to attain it.


Through RGD, Canadian designers exchange ideas, educate and inspire, set professional standards and build a strong, supportive community dedicated to advocating for the value of design.

Hardware Requirements

As students in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program, you'll need to come to class with approved hardware. This is what you'll need and when.

Pantone Books

The most versatile tool for graphic and digital designers, Colour Bridge Set provides a side-by-side visual comparison of Pantone spot colours versus their closest CMYK process printing match on coated and uncoated paper. The guide also includes corresponding CMYK, Hex, and RGB values, perfect for digital designers. Use Colour Bridge Set for digital design, animation, and packaging when CMYK printing is required.

Student Support Resources

Academic Advisors do more than provide resources and answer questions for students in need. They help you set academic goals, help you develop a career plan, and connect you with resources at the College. Your Academic Advisor is here to support you as you pursue your educational endeavors at Algonquin College.

Submitting Assignments on Brightspace

Mac OS
When handing in assignments on Brightspace, there are a few techniques which can help you ensure a timely submission.