Fine Arts and Design in Graphic Design
Graphic Design has become a significant industry today with an array of applications. Students in this concentration take a wide range of courses related to visual communication, including basic training in drawing, painting, color as well as typography and information design, motion graphics, web and interactive design.
The graphic design concentration provides the same foundation in classical drawing and painting techniques, as well as traditional aesthetics principles. At the same time, students will learn modern design technologies, tools and software. Graduates from this concentration will stand out amongst their peers with a solid training in classical fine arts techniques and perspectives that will underpin their creations in the digital format.
The overall job prospect for graduates majoring in Fine Arts and Design is steady. Students with a BFA in Fine Arts and Design have a wide variety of career options, including:
Product and Packaging Designer
How to Apply
In addition to the standard college admission criteria, successful applicants to the BFA in Fine Arts and Design are required to have adequate background in drawing, painting or related training. An applicant is required to submit a portfolio of his/her work during the application process.
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The BFA in Fine Arts and Design is a 120-semester credit curriculum with three major components: Major requirements (82 credits), core general education courses (32 credits), and free electives (6 credits)
Fine Arts and Design
in Graphic Design