School of Design
Bachelor (License) in
GRAPHIC DESIGN (B.A.C.)
This UGOC program authorized you to work in the fields of graphic design, from visual identity to illustration and print multimedia.
This training will help you understand the process of communication and work in designing and creating effective visual messages. It will also allow you to develop, implement and manage projects of graphic design and visual communication. She will perform you in creating signs, images and figures for purposes of conceptual or informational presentation. You will be led to different means of visual expression (drawing, typography, photography, illustration, computer graphics, video, etc.) taking into account the technical requirements of their own. You will be introduced to semiotics and semantics of signs and images, as well as concepts and visual communication models. You will learn the history and current trends in art and design and you will evaluate the plastic qualities, the semantic value and the cultural and social significance of visual achievements.
Develop a sense of illustration and shapes. Organizational data. Be open to technology. Be creative and have the keen sense of aesthetics. User at its discretion pictorial language and organization. Capable of patience and work under pressure. Enjoy working in a team and cooperate.
Training in Graphic Design at the UGOC opens employment opportunities in various fields related to your field of study. It prepares you to practice the profession of graphic designer, but also art director, project manager or even leader of your own design studio. You will be able to work in the publishing world as a designer or an illustrator and in the middle of institutional design or advertising. You will also be able to solve the problems of visual identification of institutions and companies and to analyze and create interfaces, especially for the Web.
Advertising Graphic Artist
Project Manager Graphic Illustrator
Companies with advertising and graphic communication services
Self-study multimedia production Companies
Opening senior programs
This led to baccalaureate graduate studies, including visual arts and multimedia design.
CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION
All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.
- The applicant must meet the following conditions:
- Be 18 years or older.
- Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.
- Having left school early.
Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.
The program is limited enrollment; the number of places is very limited.
The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.
In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.
Knowledge of French
The student admitted to the ED must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC.
The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.
Bachelor (Licence) in Graphic Design (B.A.C.)
This page presents the official version of the program.
The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.
DES – Graphic design
DES1009 Design graph: digital editing process
DES1610 Atelier 1: graphic design and practical foundations
DES1611 Design graph: Basic Elements
DES3505 Directed project in graphic design
DES6017 Graphic design methodology
DES6903 Master class in graphic design
DES6907 Master class in graphic design: poster
DES6916 Master class in graphic design: social poste
School Design Tracking Program – (69 credits)
DES-1008D – Graphic design: digital implementation (3 credits)
OF-1610 – Workshop 1: Foundations and practice graphic design (6 credits)
DES-1611- Graphic design: fundamentals (3 credits)
DES-1612 – Image generation: drawing (3 credits)
OF-1009 – Graphic Design: Process and digital editing (3 credit)
OF-1620 – Workshop 2: typography (6 credits)
DES-1621 -Design and human factors (3 credits)
DES-1623 – Interface Design User Experience (3 credits)
DES-2630 – Photography: research, creation and Production (3 credits)
DES-2611 – Interface and interactivity (3 credit)
DES-2612 – Image generation: graphical representation (3 credits)
DES-2613 – Workshop 3: publishing design (6 credits)
DES-2623 – Branding and Image (3 credits)
DES-2624 -Workshop 4: Information Visualization (6 credits)
DES-3504 – Professional Practice (3 credit)
DES-3611 – Workshop 5: Interface Design (6 credits)
DES-3621 – Workshop 6: Strategy and Branding (6 credits)
DES-2001 – Semiotics of the functional image (3 credits)
DES-2004 – Signs, imagination and Culture (3 credits)
DES-2106 -Advertising Image (3 credits)
DES-2300 – Edit Illustration (3 credits)
DES-3104 – Graphical summary (3 credits)
DES-3107 – Approaches, processes and design methods (3 credits)
DES-3300 – Topical Illustration (3 credits)
DES-3301 – Illustration: exploration (3 credits)
DES-3302 – Packaging Design
DES-3303 – Signage and spatial orientation
DES-3304 – Social Design
DES-3505 – Project directed in graphic design
DES-4033 – Research methods and design analysis
* Unofficial list, not exhaustive and subject to change.