Graphic Design Minor

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Description

Graphic Designers use words, symbols and images to convey ideas and information as a means to resolve visual communications needs. The visual, conceptual, and technological topics explored in the minor provide other majors with a useful basic skill set in graphic design. The Graphic Design minor also allows majors in the departments of Communication and Journalism and Broadcasting to have a highly complementary additional area of specialized study.

Students who wish to study the topic in more depth should consider the graphic design concentration in the Art-Studio major.

Admission to the Program

Any undergraduate student can declare this minor.

Program Requirements

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. IMPORTANT NOTE: ART210 2D Design is a pre-requisite that must be taken before OR at the same time as ART225 and/or ART235, and cannot be waived or substituted.

  • ART 210 2-D Design
  • ARH 315 History of Design
  • ART 225 Intro to Graphic Design
  • ART 235 Typography I
  • ART 325 Typography II

Total Number of Credits: 18

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