Graphic design is the study of design for commercial application. The visual, conceptual, and technological topics explored in the minor provides many majors with a skill set and knowledge structured to prepare and enhance them for employment, such as marketing, theater and recreation & leisure studies. It would also allow the majors in the department of communication to have an additional area of specialized study, which highly complements their majors in communication and broadcasting and journalism.
Students who wish to study the topic in more depth should consider the graphic design concentration in the studio art major.
Admission to the Program
Any undergraduate student can declare this minor.
Graphic Design minors must complete a total of 18 credits in the courses listed below. A minimum grade of "C" must be earned in all courses taken for the minor.
- ART 210 2-D Design
- ART 225 Graphic Design I
- ART 235 Typography
- ARH 315 History of Design
- TWO of the following courses:
- ART 300 Graphic Design II
- ART 325 Typography II
- ART 427 Advanced Problems in Graphic Design
- ART 450 Portfolio & Professional Practices
- AT MOST ONE of the following courses:
- CMC 327 Web Publication
- CSC 105 Internet & Web Publication
- CIS 305 Web Publication
Total Number of Credits: 18