Graphic Design

Studying Graphic Design

Graphic design is visual communication. Graphic designers communicate ideas through text, images, and page layout. They create visuals that inform and captivate. They make logos, posters, advertisements, brochures, magazines, book covers, billboards, and so forth.

Learning Outcomes

Student who complete the program will be able to:
- Demonstrate total mastery of the principles of graphic design, color theory, typography, and layout, as well as an appreciation of the history of art and design.
- Apply graphic design principles to create designs that meet the needs of the client.
- Master industry-standard software for photo editing, illustration, page layout, and animation.
- Communicate ideas and design concepts clearly to clients.
- Demonstrate critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and ability for teamwork.
- Deliver quality work to clients on schedule and within budget.
- Do their job in a professional and ethical manner.
- Keep abreast of the latest design trends, technologies, and industry practices.

Career Opportunities

Graduates work in advertising agencies, publishing houses, the printing industry, newspapers and magazines, production houses. Experienced designers become chief designers and art or creative directors. They may also start their own graphic design house.

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Credits

To Graduate

Core Requirements: 18 Credits
Major Core Requirements: 31 Credits
Emphasis Requirements: 24 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Elective: 3 Credits
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