|2016 Fall||ART 326-001||GRAPHIC DESIGN II||
Introduction to historic and contemporary typographic forms and to the integration of print and interface design for aesthetic and expressive purposes. Using more advanced software, students learn to design direct mail campaigns and promotional materials to establish corporate or product identity. Prerequisite: ART 226. Six hours per week.
Prerequisite: Art 226.
|2016 Fall||ART 426-001||GRAPHIC DESIGN III||
Using specialized software, students learn how to apply graphic design principles and techniques to the design of three-dimensional packages for consumer products. These package designs must also take into account specific marketing goals. B.A. Prerequisite: ART 326. B.F.A. Prerequisites: ART 326, completion of 24 hours of the B.F.A. core. Six hours per week.
Prerequisite: Art 326. B.F.A. Prerequisite: Art 326, completion of 24 hours of the B.F.A. track.
|2016 Fall||ART 495-001||GRAPHIC DESIGN AGENCY||
Students work collaboratively in a setting structured like a graphic design firm to complete job assignments for actual clients including the University, community, and non-profit organizations. Students also work on self-promotion. Prerequisite: ART 426. Six hours per week.
Prerequisite: Art 426.