Bachelor of Arts in Art with a Concentration in Graphic Design
The Graphic Design concentration at Albertus Magnus College helps students understand
the foundations of visual communications. Through typography, photography, and both
traditional print and digital arts, students engage in a number of dynamic approaches to graphic design coursework.
A bachelor of arts in graphic design offers focused studies in computer arts, digital photography, advertising techniques, and advanced graphic design, helping students develop their professional skill sets while diversifying their creative portfolio.
What Makes Graphic Design at Albertus Different?
- Hands-on, experiential learning
- Interdisciplinary perspectives
- Emphasis on collaborative work
- Personally invested professors
- Small class sizes
- Innovative, well-rounded programs
- Resources and opportunities for research
- Lively extracurricular activities
- Campus-wide events
- Service and community engagement
- Active career counseling
- Opportunity-building networks
- Access to internships and professional experiences
The Albertus Graphic Design Degree Program
This coursework, coupled with a practicum in the field, gives students the practical skills and conceptual knowledge needed to pursue a career in a creative field. With this degree, you can inspire and inform consumers and clients with your design work.
Where Will Your Graphic Design Degree take You?
Possible career paths with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design include:
The Art Department at Albertus Magnus College
With a choice of four concentrations and two majors, students are provided with a strong basic foundation in a variety of art areas, preparing them for advanced programs, graduate studies, and careers in art-related professions. Courses are designed to give students an extensive background in the history of art and an opportunity to achieve competence in studio art areas.
The B.A. degree offers a combination of liberal studies and professional art training. Although requirements for individual fields such as Graphic Design, Fine Arts, and Photography vary, matriculating students may earn the B.F.A. degree by completing 127 credits. In addition to General Education and General College Requirements, a major must take 3 Art History courses (9 credits), and 60 credits in Studio Art.Learn more
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The Albertus Graphic Design Degree Mission Statement
The mission of the Visual and Performing Arts Department is to educate our students to lead productive personal and professional lives and to prepare each student for a rewarding career in the fine arts. The Department of Visual and Performing Arts brings together the disciplines of Art, Music, and Dance, coordinating cultural endeavors wherever possible, for the enrichment of the Albertus student. Curricula combine the humanistic offerings of a Liberal Arts college with a broad and integrated training in the arts.