Graphic Design is a multifaceted discipline, which encompasses many types of content and media. Projects include book design, poster design, identity design, branding, packaging, magazine design, interface design, and design for advertising. The Graphic Design track provides a comprehensive education within this ever-expanding discipline and strives to prepare accomplished, resourceful graphic designers with critical minds to evaluate their own work and its place in the professional environment as well as the larger community it is meant to serve.
36 Total Credits: Required to take ART304 Drawing (3), ART485 BFA Thesis Project (3), ART497 BFA Exhibition (1), MDIA496 Portfolio Development (2), ART487 Internship (1); 18 credits chosen from ART310 Typography (3), ART430 Corporate Identity (3), ART431 Editorial Design (3), ART432 Brand Design (3), ART434 Design in Advertising (3), or ART435 Package Design (3), PHOTO300 Media Ethics & Awareness (3). With an additional 8 credits to be chosen with your advisor from ART, ARTH, ARCH, PHTO, DGME, COMM, JOUR, MDIA, VDEO or MKTG courses.