Communication Design BFA

Total Units Required: 120

Students (clockwise starting left) Sean Berry, Elleson Woodward, Jarbari Jenkins, Eduardo Estrada, Ashley Jakowski, Alexis Rougely, Gavin Miller, and Isabella Mckail in class during the MADT 431 Publication Design class.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design integrates an understanding of the creative design process with strategic thinking and a concern for the context and experience of the user. The Communication Design program is accredited by the National Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and offers a professional degree.

The undergraduate program positions students to go on to pursue an advanced degree or to enter the profession immediately upon graduation. Graduates seek careers in web design, user interface design (UI), user experience design UX, mobile app design, service design, information design, packaging, branding, and publication design.