The Graphic Design major (formerly Advertising Design) prepares students for a variety of roles in advertising and graphic design, and encourages involvement in a community of design where fellow students foster critique, collaboration, and contribution. Through a rigorous investigation of concepts, typography, critical thinking and process, students develop a wide range of communication design skills.
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UndergraduateBachelor of Fine Arts in Art / Graphic Design
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All students majoring in graphic design must submit a portfolio and statement of purpose after completing nine (9) hours of graphic design coursework. This portfolio will be reviewed and evaluated by the major professor of graphic design who will then meet with the student to discuss progress in the major concentration. More details here.
GraduateMaster of Arts in Art / Graphic Design
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