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We teach students how to open their eyes to a career as a creative person. We arm students with skills applicable to many design-related professions including Interaction Design, Graphic Design, Advertising, Illustration and Motion Graphics. We produce culture-makers who use the power of ideas to transform the world.
Our program engages students in an educational experience where they learn by doing. In our small classes, students have intense studio experiences exploring their creativity, developing skills, and designing in multiple media. Students work closely with professors in an environment that challenges them to re-think what they know about the world around them. Our students use the words "life-changing, exciting, challenging and fun" to describe their experience in the program.
Our graduates activate the future, applying their creativity to media you see everyday. Our alumni hold top positions in creative professions and maintain a close relationship to the program's past and current students. Through internships, study abroad programs, field trips, visiting artists and designers, our graduates leave school already "plugged-in" to their career path.
The BFA in Visual Communications is a 4-year degree program, beginning with 2 years of Core Art & Design courses followed by 2 years of BFA-VC courses.
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Upon successful completion of the two-year core credit
requirements, students in all undergraduate degree programs are assessed
a portfolio review advising session with the art and design faculty.
These reviews are usually conducted in the spring of sophomore year.
Art and Design majors are required to receive a grade of C- (2.66 GPA in art courses) or better in all ART courses to continue in the degree path.