Undergraduate Degree in Graphic Design
Study Graphic Design in Boston
Graphic designers convert ideas, information, and emotions into visual symbols designed to influence the way our society perceives people, products and issues. As you gain design skills and knowledge of typography, illustration, photography, printing, electronic media, and design history, you’ll learn to produce the visual communications that persuade and inform us all.
In Suffolk University's accredited Graphic Design program, you’ll develop the intellectual and practical abilities you’ll need to be a successful graphic communicator and problem-solver. While the computer is an important tool in the execution of your ideas, you must first focus on analysis, concept development, drawing skills, the communication of ideas, and, ultimately, on the formulation of an appropriate solution to a design problem.
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Featured Design: Jackie Schaab, BFA 2012