Express who you are while meeting your goals.
You'll learn a rich array of graphic design tools and work with faculty to broaden your understanding of the design field. Courses and field-based internships help students develop innovative and mature portfolios. Renowned graphic design faculty represent the diversity of contemporary design practice, research and pedagogy.
You will utilize design thinking to work in both self-initiated and client-associated environments. Graduates are successful in the competitive job market.
Our graphic design facilities include:
B.F.A. Graphic Design Courses
M.F.A. Graphic Design Courses
|ARTD 205 - Digital Design||ARTD 531 - Typography|
|ARTD 215 - Typography||ARTD 532 - Design Methods|
|ARTD 315 - Brand Identity||ARTD 701 - Digital Studio I|
|ARTD 325 - Digital and Web Design I||ARTD 702 - Print Studio|
|ARTD 405 - Package Design||ARTD 711 - Package Design|
|ARTD 415 - Information Design||ARTD 712 - Graphic Design Concept and Theories|
|ARTD 425 - Digital & Web Design II||ARTD 721 - Graphic Design Master's Portfolio|
|ARTD 455 - Publication Design||ARTD 722 - Graphic Design Master's Thesis|
|ARTD 465 - Portfolio Design||ARTD 591/791 - Graphic Design: Special Problems|
|Undergraduate Core Requirements||Graduate Core Requirements|