Coordinator: Tom Clifton
The graphic design curriculum prepares students for positions in a variety of businesses as design professionals. Current graduates hold positions in internet companies, advertising and marketing firms, design departments and other organizations as well as freelance artists. Students are introduced to concepts concerning typography, logo design, page layout, and web site design. Classes stress both creativity and the technical aspects of the profession and are taught using both traditional graphic design and computer design techniques in our state-of-the-art computer labs.
For complete descriptions of all Graphic Design courses, please refer to Course Descriptions heading in the menu bar at left.
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The art department maintains a computer lab located in 269B on the second floor of the Fine Arts building. The lab is for use by art students outside of class time.
To view a PDF of the lab schedule, click the following link:
Fall 2012 269B Lab Schedule
To review the Computer Lab Usage policy, click here.