Programs & Degrees
The Graphic Design program offers several options
of study. At the undergraduate level, we have a traditional Bachelor of
Fine Arts degree (124 credits) and an Electronic Graphic Design
Certificate, a shorter program (36 credits) geared toward adult learners
with related work experience. We also offer a Master of Arts in Graphic
Design (30 credits), for those wishing to pursue advanced level study
in the discipline.
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration. This 124-credit program blends drawing, design and storytelling with the technology skills required of contemporary illustrators.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design (124 credits) and a Master of Arts in Interior Design (30 credits), which are both accredited as Professional Level Programs by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), the national accrediting body for post-secondary interior design programs.
Interior ArchitectureBeginning in Fall 2012, the School will offer a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture. This post professional program is a 60-credit, terminal degree geared towards those interested in pursuing advanced level study in interior architecture. Bachelor of Fine Arts program in Fine Arts, is a 124-credit program of study that blends traditional foundational training with within the context of contemporary art movements and current visual precedents.