Computer Graphics
DEP | 5344
Digital Arts | Computer Graphics

The diploma of vocational studies in Computer Graphics is for those who are passionate about working with visual arts, communication and technology. The program is designed to prepare you to enter the job market directly and work as a computer graphics designer.

The Computer Graphics program at Inter-Dec College, a member of the LCI Education network, provides students with professional-grade facilities, qualified teachers who work in the industry, and a hands-on education that will give them the skills necessary to succeed as computer graphics designers.

Graduates from the Inter-Dec College Digital Arts School often find jobs with internationally acclaimed companies such as Moment Factory, Sid Lee or ALDO, or use their new skills to become freelancers.

Every semester, Inter-Dec College holds an exhibition to showcase its students’ projects. Come join us at our next exhibition!

  • Create templates and layouts.
  • Process images, colours and texts, integrate them in layouts and prepare them for printed and multimedia distribution, while meeting technical distribution standards.

To be eligible for admission to a program leading to a diploma of vocational studies (DEP), you must meet one of the following criteria:

  • You hold a high school diploma or recognized equivalent (e.g.: attestation of equivalence of secondary studies) or a higher education diploma, OR;
  • You will be at least 16 years old on September 30 of the school year during which you will begin your studies and you have earned the Secondary IV units in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in a program of study established by the Minister or completed studies recognized as equivalent, OR;
  • You will be at least 18 years old when you begin your studies and possess the working prerequisites, namely passing the general development test as well as the specific prerequisites, or completed studies recognized as equivalent, OR;
  • You have earned the Secondary III units in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in the program of study established by the Minister and will pursue your general education simultaneously with your professional education to earn the Secondary IV units you are missing in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in the program of study established by the Minister.

Four 15-week semesters.
Total of 1,800 hours.

  • Naturally curious
  • Good problem-solving and adaptation skills
  • Creative and on top of the latest trends
  • Open to new technology
  • Extremely detail oriented

Computer graphics designers can work alone or in collaboration with other computer graphics designers, artistic directors, graphic designers, project managers, marketing department personnel, editors, multimedia integrators, printers, etc.

Their work environment is highly computerized. Computer graphics designers use computers, specialized software and utilities, graphics tablets, data storage, scanners, imagesetters, etc.

Diploma of Vocational Studies (DEP)
  • One student per workstation during lab hours;
  • Maximum of 20 students per class;
  • The College has a professional photography studio;
  • MAC and PC workstations;
  • Every classroom has its own printer and scanner;
  • Adobe CS suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver);
Take part in our next free workshops–we regularly post them on our Facebook page. A teacher will guide you around the facilities, give an in-depth explanation of the course objectives and answer any questions.
Classes are offered in French and English.
On the first day of class, the teacher will provide you with a detailed list of the required materials for the program and help you find the best deals.
Come spend the day with the students and teachers. This is a unique opportunity to help you make a better choice about your education. It’s free of charge with no future obligations!