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Assistant Professor, Visual Communications, AIU Atlanta
Phone: 1-877-701-3800 ext. 64700
Craig Brasco serves as the Program Chair for Visual Communication at the Atlanta campus of American InterContinental University (AIU)-Atlanta since July 2009. Craig holds a Master of Science Degree in Medical Illustration from the Medical College of Georgia. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Studio Art & Biology) from the University of South Carolina at Aiken. Before joining the teaching staff at AIU-Atlanta (then AIU-Dunwoody), he was a Medical Illustrator at ADAM, Inc. producing illustration, web design, multimedia design, and print design work.
After leaving ADAM, Inc., Craig began teaching at AIU-Atlanta as an adjunct instructor in 2002 for the Visual Communication department. In 2003, Craig was hired as a full-time instructor. Finally, in 2009 he was promoted to Program Chair. Craig has extensive experience with various teaching modalities (online, hybrid, on-ground), institutional effectiveness, curriculum development and academic leadership. He also teaches two courses per term in the Visual Communication department and trains all new or continuing faculty members in the department. He also is continuously working on various illustration and design projects for freelance clients.