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|Undergraduate Course Details
||Graphic Design Theory and Application
||ART303 and ART314
In this course, students study design as a tool for conveying meaning. Students work on complex projects such a visual identity systems, conduct research, and develop content while studying methods used in professional design studios and advertising agencies. Finished work is portfolio quality and demonstrates an understanding of formal graphic design principles as well as competent technical and craft skills. Projects also allow opportunities to discuss professional business practices. Required of Art majors in the Graphic Design concentration. Five and one-half studio hours plus three and one-half open studio hours per week.