If you are interested in turning your passion for art into a career or learning new skills, Grand View's graphic design program may be right for you. You’ll learn the basics of good design, which include the way type (style of lettering) and images are used to make visual statements. Whether your goal is to work in print or multimedia, you’ll learn to use the cutting-edge computer programs that every graphic designer today needs to know. At the heart of graphic design instruction, our faculty stress the importance of sound design and proficient computer skills. It is this combination that produces award-winning portfolios for graduates.
Many graphic design graduates pursue careers as:
Lecturer of Art
Assistant Professor of Art and Design
Professor of Art and Design
Lecturer of Art Therapy
Dedicated in 2008, the 42,851 square-foot $8.5 million building houses the departments of art, education, history, criminal justice, political studies, psychology and sociology, as well as general-purpose classrooms, art studios, computer labs, the ALT Center, faculty offices, and various student amenities.
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