Today’s employers seek well-rounded designers who possess a wide range of skills that help solve complex visual problems, including design research, branding, aesthetics, and the creation of meaningful images. The program of Visual Communication provides you with a superior design education and competitive skills by encouraging interdisciplinary approaches to visual communication design and integrating evolving media with design foundations and conceptual development while helping you to create a polished, professional portfolio.
A curriculum focused on the visual communication begins with basic courses that help students build a foundation for creating designs that are appealing and functional for an audience. The course is designed to be more focused on a future career in which students continue to learn photography, graphic design, website design or advertising.
In addition to introductory courses in art and art history, coursework typically includes:
Graduates will find work in advertising, digital media, graphic design, publishing, film, television and the game industry. With a professional-level portfolio, the aspiring professional might also consider freelance work.
Common job titles available include:
Minimum Higher Secondary Certificate or Diploma or equivalent 10+2 years of education