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Graphic Design - Undergraduate

The graphic-design program offers a graphic-design education. The program emphasizes formal design values, thus preparing students to creatively apply visual aesthetics to problems of human communication. Students are instructed in print design, corporate identity, typography, photo-illustration, layout, drawn design, packaging, and web design.

The arrangement of studio and laboratory spaces complements the professional tone of the graphic design program. Rooms are organized similarly to a large design studio, enabling students to have individual professional spaces. A media area, Macintosh computer room, and separate critique spaces enhance the setting. 

Faculty

Sister Alma Mary Anderson (SAMy)
Charles Armstrong

Curricula

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) - Fine Arts Major: Graphic Design Concentration (81 credits)
Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Art Major: Graphic Design Concentration (61 credits)