This highly popular graphic design program provides a balanced professional and theoretical education preparing you for a career in print, advertising, electronic design, publishing, or continued study at the graduate level. Consisting of a core of six studio classes plus electives such as Design History and Web Design. Basic skills with requisite software are taught alongside astrong emphasis on creative concept development. Graphic design students engage in a variety of individual and team projects, often working with real clients and agencies. The final year culminates in a senior project and intensive portfolio preparation, ensuring that when you graduate you are ready to pursue your professional goals. Bradley's active student chapter of the AIGA (the leading national graphic design professional organization) offers opportunities for leadership, professional growth and networking.
- ART 205 - Typographic Design
- ART 206 - Graphic Design Methods and Processes
- ART 305 - Editorial Design
- ART 306 - Corporate Standards and Branding
- ART 405 - Graphic Information Systems
- ART 406 - Graphic Design Portfolio