Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Graphic Design
The School of Art, Art History & Design is pleased to offer Graphic Design as a major beginning in the fall of 2017
The BA in Graphic Design is a broad, liberal arts degree that is about one-third Graphic Design (and Foundations) and about two thirds other subjects, including Art/Design History, a minor and a foreign language. The purpose of this major is to allow students to combine the study of design with a second area of study. This can be done through the minor or by creating a dual matriculation degree with another field. Students will be encouraged to consider their career goals when selecting this secondary area.
- Branding and Identity
- Product Package Design
- Mobile Application Design
- Environmental Graphics and Signage
- Information Design & Data Visualization
- Interactive Media & Web Design
- Editorial & Publication Design
- Advertising Design
- Sustainable & Green Design
- Fashion & Retail Graphics
- Design for Social Change
Application to this program
Fall 2017 applicants, select "Graphic Design" as your major on the undergraduate application. If you are applying for spring 2017 admission, please select "Art" as your major. Students doing a BFA in Art with a graphic design emphasis will have the opportunity to transition to the BFA in Graphic Design when the Fall 2017 Undergraduate Bulletin becomes available.
Visit the Office of Admissions website for additional details.