The Art Department and the Computer Graphics Technology Department now offer new degrees that include the Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Graphic Design and an Associate of Applied Technology (AAT) in Web and Graphic Design. Clark's AAT in Web Design and Development has been significantly updated. The new degree programs are intended for students who would like to continue to broaden their education beyond the certificate of proficiency programs currently available at Clark. Students still have the option to pursue either the Graphic Design or Web Design Certificates of Proficiency. The Pathways Diagram will help you plan your degree path. As part of the new and updated degrees, Clark College offers new classes for the 2011-12 academic year including Creativity & Concept, Time-based Art, Intro to Social Media and Graphic Design Technology. Upon successful completion of these degrees and certificates, graphic and web design students can expect to be prepared for entry-level employment as a production artist, a freelance graphic designer, a marketing communications assistant, or to transfer into a bachelor's degree program at an art school or a college or university.