What You’ll Learn
The great thing about graphic design is its diverse employment opportunities. You can potentially take your minor and use it towards a graphic design career in many different fields (i.e. for nonprofit organizations, small businesses, political campaigns).
Our minor in graphic design will teach you the basics as well as allow you to gear your studies towards what specifically interests you.
The minor is an 18-credit program. Students take 12-credits (classes) of required introductory coursework. There are 6 additional elective credits (2 courses).
One of the most important courses you may choose to take is Portfolio and Professional Practices. Faculty work with students to help build their portfolio and explore career options.Curriculum & Learning Outcomes
We recommend submitting first-year applications in October or early November. The University decides your admission once you complete your application.
Next Deadline for Transfer Students
Fall Semester: August 1Undergraduate Admissions
Add Design to Your Skillset
A minor in Graphic Design pairs well with a variety of majors, including communication, business and computer science.
Our students are learning to create visual campaigns for the 21st century.
A minor in graphic design can bolster and broaden career prospects in your chosen field.
Communications, journalism, advertising, marketing, information technology, photography, and other disciplines regularly interface with graphic design as part of their workflow.
A solid understanding of design principles and processes facilitates this collaboration and makes candidates more attractive to employers.
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