Communication Design at Loudoun Campus addresses problem-seeking and problem-solving skills. Importance is placed upon conceptual development and the integration of form and information for the purpose of effective communication to include current technological advances.
This program leads students to a creative careers in Graphic Design, Web Design and Multimedia Design, where pictures and words are created and designed to convey messages.
- Getting Started
Stop by any campus to pick up copies of the NOVA Catalog and Schedule of Classes. The Catalog contains all of the programs offered and information on course descriptions, college policy, NOVANET, administrative information and more. The Schedule of Classes is printed every semester/session and lists courses offered at each of the NOVA campuses.
Each campus has a counseling office and dedicated staff who can help answer your questions on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Click here to go to the Loudoun Counseling Web page.
When you have identified the course of studies in which you want to be placed, apply to the College through the Student Services office at any campus. Once you have applied, you may then register for courses.
If you need specific information about any of the Communication Design courses, call 703.948.7704 or email Jackie Gage, Assistant Dean of Communication Design.
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