Graphic Design combines elements of studio art, digital technology and artistic design to prepare the student for a career in today's world. The Graphic Design degree program embraces the entire range of visual communication. The program provides a robust curriculum of conceptual problem solving, innovation, critical thinking, formal design and branding.
A few required classes - full list available
Art 201 Design I -- An examination of the principles, theories, and concepts of color and design and their application to two and three dimensional design. There will be formal exercises which are aimed at assisting the students in the development of sensitivity to color, composition, and form- making.
Art 205 Photography -- A basic introduction to the equipment, materials, and techniques for producing good photographic prints, as well as the aesthetic concepts related to the art of photography.
Art 211 Drawing I -- Basic visual concepts and materials traditionally associated with the art of drawing.
Art 223 Graphic Reproduction Techniques -- Introduction to the art of printmaking, including project work in linocut, woodcut, drypoint, etching, engraving, silk-screen, and combined media.
Art 301 Design II -- Further development of concepts related to the organization of visual elements in two and three dimensional designs.
There are many career paths you can take as a
graphic designer. Here are a few of them.
Package Design Director
Strategic Branding Director