Graphic Design Bachelor of Fine Arts
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What will I study?
The Graphic Design major provides preparation for a career in visual communication. The program includes a core of business, Bible, and liberal arts. Through classroom instruction and lab and studio experience, the program features foundational drawing and design courses; advanced course projects that parallel professional practice; a required internship in the design industry; the presentation of a portfolio; and a biblical philosophy of design in support of the University' s mission. This program requires 65 credits in the major: 17 credits of foundational courses, 40 credits of graphic design, and 8 credits of studio art.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Evaluate and analyze major achievements and individuals of graphic design history and the contemporary design community.
-- Examine and utilize the theories of communication design.
-- Create original, clear and cohesive solutions to design problems of varying complexity in a variety of media.
-- Utilize design technology at or above industry-standard.
-- Apply proficient typographic perception and skills in a variety of applications and situations.
-- Design a professional portfolio that meets or exceeds industry standards.