The BFA program in Communication Design at the College of Visual Arts and Design (CVAD) is guided by a highly challenging curriculum that emphasizes the development of conceptual thinking as a means to address real-world design problems. Our students create work that is competitive on a national level, having recently garnered recognition from cmyk Magazine, how Magazine, Creative Quarterly, Graphis, the Addys, the Society of Publication Designers, the Adobe Design Achievement Awards, and the Art Directors Club. The BFA program in Communication Design graduates up to 60 students per year.
The undergraduate curriculum offers both a graphic and user-centered design track that develops marketable skills and deep knowledge for diverse design settings.
An BFA or its equivalent in Communication Design, Graphic Design, Interaction Design and 5 years or more of professional design work is required;
Additionally, CVAD recently open a new 120,000 square foot expansion of the Art Building in the fall of 2018.
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