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Graphic Design BA

Bachelor of Arts


This program is designed to prepare students for creative professions like graphic design and other communications-related fields that rely on visual imagery. Students will gain an understanding of design theories and practices related to production in all areas of graphic design for traditional and emerging digital media. Upon completion of the program, students will have advanced craft, theory, process, and technical skills, and the ability to produce thoughtful and informed work in such areas as institutional branding and identity, new media, web development and interactivity, package design, publication design, advertising, illustration, signage and exhibition design, sustainability, spirituality, or social change.


Course Length

49 Credit Hours


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Meet Our Faculty

John DuFresne

Chair, Department of Art & Design, Professor of Practice, Art & Design

Keith Williams

Professor of Art and Art History

Cate Vermeland

Professor of Practice, Art & Design