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Graphic designers create the layout and design of advertisements, websites, emails, brochures, magazines, product packaging and more.
The visionaries who determine the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers, and movie and television productions.
The writers behind news and publications, media, public relations, film making, advertising, social media, online media, and more.
The artists behind the images and visual effects, from anime characters in video games to computer graphic imagery in movies and commercials.
In the Multimedia Technology program, you’ll learn to combine technical skills, artistic expression and critical thinking by using the latest software and new media tools.
Turn your love of music into a profitable career by developing musical and technical skills in the Commercial Music program.
Arts and Communications Additional Programs Include: Fashion Design, Digital Art and Design, Digital Media Technology, Video Technology, Visual CommunicationsMore
Get a broad background in all areas of mass communication while specializing in one of four minors. Our new $7 million state-of-the facility opened in 2017.
Our graphic design program offers a variety of coursework covering print, publication, animation and web so students are equipped to enter the design industry.More
Learn about the distribution of news, art, entertainment and persuasive messages and where the public gets communications from Wall Street Journal to Instagram.
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
The BAAS offers pathways to computer technology, English, and more.More
Mass Media & Journalism
Prepare for a career in news writing and reporting, media and management, public relations, film making, advertising, social media, online media, and more.
Study how to apply the principles of advertising and design to prepare for a career in Art Direction, Design or New Media.More
Learn how to design and create merchandise for manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers in preparation for a career in apparel and accessory design or production.
Engage in learning creative principles and making visual art to prepare for career in fine art, graphic design, commercial art, and more.
Arts and Communications Additional Programs Include: Graphic Design, Art History, Art Education, Music Theatre, Music TherapyMore
Communication and Technology
Prepare for high-demand fields such as media, digital production, sports and entertainment broadcasting and promotion, and strategic communication.
Applied Arts and Sciences
Design your own degree based on the credits you’ve already earned including military experience, your interests, your experience and your career goals.More