Graphic Design Degree
Graphic design is the process of creating visual solutions for communication. Graphic designers use art and technology to design and visually communicate a message to a targeted audience. Walsh University's Graphic Design program works to prepare students to pursue careers in visual communication design professions. Students learn the current technology used in design and develop creative problem solving abilities for real-world projects. Upon graduation, students will have completed a design portfolio.
The graphic design curriculum at Walsh is a pre-professional program that works to prepare our students to pursue careers in visual communication design professions.
- State-of-the-Art Facilities. Walsh University has a dedicated Graphic Design Lab located in the newly built Marlene and Joe Toot Global Learning Center. The lab features 16 iMac computers along with space to facilitate collaboration, discussion work and problem solving for Graphic Design majors.
- Practical Education. Students learn the current technology used in design and develop creative problem solving abilities for real-world projects. Emphasis is placed on a strong design foundation, design ethics, interdisciplinary projects, and design research.
- Global Perspective. Students become technically competent and well-versed in global conversations and issues, and are prepared to address these issues with the creative solving skills of a designer. Students may also study abroad through Walsh's Global Learningexperiences.
In addition, students have the option to enroll in Walsh's new 4+1 Program for non-business majors who would like to supplement their bachelor's degree with an MBA. Through the program, students simultaneously earn undergraduate and graduate credit for Walsh's MBA Prep Series courses, saving both time and money as students pursue their advanced degree.