Taking courses at Lindenwood University on software in the Adobe suite? Already well versed in one of the Adobe software? Now it's time to consider becoming Adobe Certified.
What is Adobe Certification?
You receive certification by passing certification exams and receiving Adobe's official stamp of completion. Becoming an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) lets you announce to the world that you know your Adobe products inside and out and are ready to put your expertise to use.
Students at Lindenwood University have the opportunity to become certified in four different software programs from Adobe: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premier. More Adobe software programs are being considered for certification in the future.
Each semester you are eligible to take one test to become certified. The test is taken on the Lindenwood University campus in the LARC's SASS office.
Who to Contact
If you are interested in testing or would like more information in how this program works, contact Michael Fetters, who will provide information on the practice tests, will help you to register, and will assist you with arranging to take the test.
If you are interested in taking Adobe software courses at Lindenwood, contact Erica Blum, Associate Professor in the School of Arts, Media, and Communication.
Compete in the ACA National Championship
The Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) US National Championship presented by Certiport, a Pearson VUE Business, is a national competition that tests students’ design skills using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Top students are invited to represent their respective states at the National Championship where they will create a designated design project for Certiport’s chosen nonprofit client.
By becoming certified, you are eligible to compete in this competition. For more details, visit the ACA National Championship website.