The Graphic Design program provides a well-rounded professional education balancing critical inquiry and conceptual development with formal aesthetics. Contemporary graphic design is studied in the context of design history and its influence on human culture over time. Studio projects include a stimulating mix of the practical and experimental, leading students towards professional self-discipline and strong problem-solving abilities.
Employment options for graduates include design for web/interactive media, exhibitions, brand management, packaging, publishing, advertising, and other forms of graphic communication.
When you are ready to apply for the BFA degree with a Graphic Design emphasis, consult with the BFA Graphic Design Advisor: