Jewelry Design Diploma Program:
The aim of the program is to technically train artists to render jewelry designs in various mediums of watercolor, pencil, colored pencils, markers, and computer-aided technology consistent to professional standards of the jewelry industry. Students learn to capture illuminations and facets of gemstones and precious metals in one, two and three point perspective representations. An examination of the emergence, value, purpose, and trends of jewelry from historic periods to modern times is incorporated into our curriculum to establish the jewelry designer in the vast creative resources and inspirations which to draw from. Jewelry design courses also aim to develop the designer in the skill of designing, drafting, and revising for demanding clients, so as to be technically and conceptually versatile for the marketplace. Graduates of this program can enter into entry-level positions as jewelry designers and computer-aided design.
Jewelry Design Diploma Program Requirements:
The Jewelry Design Diploma program lasts 20 weeks long and contains 600 clock hours. The program can be completed in approximately two quarters.
Jewelry CAD/CAM Program:
The aim of the program is to technically train artists to render jewelry designs using modern technology of the computer aided design. Students in our Jewelry CAD/CAM program learn to engineer and use their jewelry design concepts to render their one-of-a-kind products. By studying this program, students will be able to learn hands-on using software products like Rhino, Flamingo, T-Spline and Matrix. Be ready to develop skills to design custom jewelry using new technology, identify CAD designs for manufacturing and be versatile for the growing technology marketplace. Graduates of this program can enter into entry-level positions as professional computer aided designers.