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Harcum Offers New Design Certificates

New Digital and Fashion Design Classes Begin February 24 

Bryn Mawr, PA January 10, 2014 – Harcum College is launching two new certificate programs in Digital and Fashion Design on February 24. The evening-only classes will offer a certificate upon completion of all coursework and are part of the College’s newly expanded Continuing Education in Design curriculum. All courses will be held at the Bryn Mawr campus, 750 Montgomery Avenue.

The certificate programs can be used to deepen one’s skills, create a portfolio, or merely taken for personal enrichment.  All classes are taught by professionals working in the field.

The Digital Design Certificate program is based on mastery of the Adobe Creative Suite and consists of five required courses including graphic design, Photoshop, Illustrator, desktop publishing with InDesign, and website design.

The Fashion Design Certificate program combines skills and artistry and consists of six required courses including construction, pattern making, design, advanced construction, advanced pattern making, and Photoshop and Illustrator for Fashion Design.

High school age students through adults of any age may enroll. High school students are entitled to a discount on courses in either program.  A ten-percent discount is available for anyone who enrolls by January 27.

For more information or to register, call 610-526-6087. Online registration is also available on the Harcum College website at www.harcum.edu/csfashiondesign and  www.harcum.edu/digitaldesign.

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About Harcum College

Harcum College, one of Pennsylvania’s first independent, two-year colleges, was founded in Bryn Mawr, PA in 1915 and was the first college in Pennsylvania chartered by the state to grant associate degrees. Harcum offers fully accredited, career-ready majors in nursing, the allied health professions, business and social sciences on campus, online, and regionally, as well as lifelong learning programs and corporate training.

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