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Graphic Design Minor

The graphic design minor offers students across campus an opportunity to become fluent in the creative thinking and practice of the visual language of graphic design. The graphic designer’s role is often a key part of modern communication in giving visual form to a wide array of information.

Pages from Seeing Music by Cynthia Schilling
"Seeing Music" a book on the relationship between music, art, and design 
by Cynthia Schilling (senior capstone project).

The course sequence and electives offer students a strong working foundation in graphic design and enable them to develop creative skills mastering the visual literacy underlying today’s complex forms of communication in print and the internet to augment their principal areas of study.

Admission to the program requires a GPA of 2.5.

Copies of "The Giver," "1984," and "Farenheit 451"
Dystopian classics designed by Jillian McNamara