Logos. Graphics. Magazines. Clothing. Everywhere you look, printed material displays the work of a graphic designer. Eye-catching design makes a world of difference when it comes to all forms of visual communication, advertising, marketing, and branding. Through coursework in the graphic design minor, you’ll learn how to take your design ideas and execute them into successful print and digital pieces. The skills you’ll learn can be applied across a wide range of industries. Many businesses and organizations use graphic designers to create innovative designs that will grab and maintain the attention of their customers in order to help sell their products and services. With a graphic design minor you can find careers in advertising and marketing, web and television production, newspapers and print, photography, public relations, and more.
Required Courses: 20 hours
A minor must include a minimum of 12 hours unduplicated by your major(s) and minor(s).
- ART 204 Digital Imaging for Graphic Design (2)
- ART 303 Graphic Design I (3)
- ART 331 Graphic Design II (3)
- ART 335 Advanced Typography and Animation (3)
- ART 403 App Design and Prototyping (3)
- ART 405 Web Design for the Graphic Designer (3)
- ART 410 Interactive Design (3)