Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design
A program in Graphic Design prepares students for a wide range of professional options. Publications, branding, web and broadcast design, exhibition, and type design are all possible career paths. The program has theory and studio courses that will enable the design student to integrate a good command of visual language with conceptual work, theory, and technology.
Classes are mostly critique based, encouraging debate, discussion and lateral thinking, utilizing formal and practical knowledge. All course work is done in studios that have access to Art school workshops and labs. The classes will be taught by a group of accomplished faculty supported by visiting faculty and guest lectures. Students will create work that is uniquely theirs helping them to build a portfolio from which they can build their careers.
A total of 120 credits are required for the bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design.