Learning outcomes

 

On completion of the bachelor's degree in Design and Graphic Arts Technology the students must have acquire the following skills:

Academic skills:

  • Communication and representation abilities in such areas as traditional, digital, and multimedia graphics.
  • Be familiar with project and work organisation methods.
  • Have general knowledge of graphic culture, social sciences and exact sciences.
  • Have a good command of graphic technologies.
  • Have consolidated knowledge of production planning and organisation as well as quality control and management.
  • Have analysis and synthesis skills in the context of communication design .
  • Have professional development skills.

Instrumental skills:

  • Understand and be able to use the various technological tools and desktop publishing software as well as software for image processing, vectorial drawing, webdesign and multimedia.
  • Be able to use pre-press, press and finishing materials, processes and techniques.
  • Have management and budgetary skills.

Interpersonal skills:

  • Have interpersonal relationships and multidisciplinary work skills.
  • Have leadership and cooperation abilities.
  • Have creativity and initiative.
  • Be able to join any graphic and design company - versatility and adaptability.

Systemic skills:

  • Have a global overview of design and graphic technologies and the possibilities in terms of acting strategies.
  • Develop technical and creative thinking and be capable of innovating and furthering knowledge.