The Graphic Design curriculum emphasizes the importance of both making and thinking. Through our program you will:
- Continuously hone your craft and thought through the breadth and depth of our core and advanced coursework.
- Expand your creative scholarship through Visual Studies and Humanities requirements, including critical reading, reflection, and writing.
To be competitive in your field, our program will equip you with highly desirable skills and abilities. In addition to having access to a state-of-the-art computer lab, students also work with hands-on and traditional approaches to creating, such as drawing and sculpture, which remain greatly valued in art and design industries. As a result, our graduates are successful in receiving placements in graduate programs and are enjoying a variety of careers in their fields of interest.
The minor in Graphic Design is a four-course program that allows students to combine graphic design with their primary field of study. See Minor Requirements on our course catalog.
Graduates are prepared for a wide range of careers such as art direction, photography, videography, web design, UX design, and community design.
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