The Graphic Design Program incorporates design history, the study of basic visual elements, conceptual development, research, studio technique, and strategies for problem-solving. Class critiques and discussions are emphasized. Students will explore publication design, package design, corporate identity, architectural graphics, signage and typography. During the senior year, students will apply their knowledge and skills through internships and real design projects. The goal is to provide each student with the environment and support in which to develop a professional visual portfolio.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
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Art Department Administrator: Robert Griffith
Department of Art