Graphic Design Majors at Saint Anselm will develop a fluency with typography, style, and visual design as well as with industry-standard software (i.e. Adobe Creative Suite). Students will learn how to craft visual user experiences (UX) and interfaces (UI), sharpen their creative problem-solving skills, and discover design principles, processes, and history.
The major requires 11 courses/41 credits.
FAS 250 2D & 3D Foundations
FAS 274 Graphic Design I
FAS 272 Digital Art & Imaging I
FAS 374 Graphic Design II
FAS 375 Typography and Design
FAS 245 Digital Photography
FAS 270 Visual Communication
FAS 372 Digital Art & Imaging II
FAS 376 Art & Design for the Web
FAS 378 Animation, Motion Art, & Design
FAH 101 Introduction to Art
FAH 220 New Ways of Seeing: 20th-Century
FAH 222 Global Contemporary Art
FAH 226 History of Digital Art
FAH 228 History of Graphic Design
CS 111 Computing 1
CS 112 Computing 2
CS 205 The Internet: Fundamentals and Issues
CS 210 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
CS 250 Human Computer Interaction
CS 255 Computer Graphics
CS 338 Internet and Web-Based Systems (prerequisite CS 112)
FAS TBD Junior Year Portfolio Review
FAH 490 Senior Seminar
FAS 492 Internship
Graphic Design Minor
A minor in Graphic Design introduces students to the tools, techniques, concepts, and vocabulary essential for building knowledge and skills in the discipline, as well as for developing a sharp sense of problem solving, visual composition, and aesthetic strategy.
The Graphic Design minor is comprised of 5 course/20 credit hours.