Graphic Design

Art – Graphic Design (BFA)

Designed to create problem-solvers equipped with essential competencies in research, analysis, aesthetics, design theory, productivity, and the application of relevant technologies – a Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design is structured to grow the student’s ability to create dynamic conceptual solutions and innovative visual designs within the context of effective and objective-specific communication.

Job Opportunities:

  • Art director
  • Creative director
  • Drafter in architecture, engineering
  • Film, video editor
  • Graphic designer
  • Industrial/Product designer
  • Journalist
  • Marketing manager
  • Multimedia artist/animator
  • Web designer


Art (MFA)

A Master of Fine Arts is geared towards 60 hours in any of the three following concentrations: Graphic Design, Photography, and Studio. Within these areas, students are involved in various disciplines: painting, traditional and digital photography, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, multimedia, and graphic design. Placing emphasis on individual student work; each student is given a private studio where most graduate experience evolves. Students are encouraged to explore critical and conceptual issues, mainly in relation to their own work. Participation in individual critiques, intensive group critiques, and critical seminars is paramount, as well as one-on-one interaction between faculty and students.