Bachelor of Arts in GRAPHIC DESIGN
Bachelor of ArtS in GRAPHIC DESIGN
The graphic design program at University of Wisconsin-Platteville is a 120-credit Bachelor of Arts degree and is focused on the art of imaginative problem solving and how it relates to visual communication. Graphic design is a dynamic field that demands people who are able to meet creative challenges and to push beyond what is expected.
Following the foundation year in the Fine Arts program, students will take courses focusing on typography, print and multimedia design, packaging design, and graphic design history. The graphic design program incorporates traditional and new technologies into a hands-on learning environment. Our students learn how to conceptualize solutions to design situations that encourage critical and creative thinking, promote social awareness, and encourage individual artistic growth and development.
The UW-Platteville Graphic Design program prepares students for professional careers. Students learn a combination of conceptual and technical skills and gain practical experience. A Bachelors of Art in Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville delivers a well-defined knowledge of art and design for students seeking careers as creative designers, multimedia designers, illustrators, web designers, and art directors.
For more information, please contact Greg Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS SETS 2 NEW DEGREES
March 30, 2017
To help fill the growing demand for graduates who can think creatively and become innovative problem solvers in the 21st century, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Department of Performing and Visual Arts will offer two additional degrees in fall 2017: Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in art education.
ALumna Wins t-shirt design contest
February 24, 2017
Haley Hurst, a 2016 UW-Platteville graduate, was recently chosen as the Milwaukee Brewers' Fan-Shirt Friday Design Contest winner. Her design will be featured on 20,000 shirts and given away at a game this summer.
- Graphic Design One: Lettering and Typographic Design
- Graphic Design Two: Introduction to Design Studio
- Graphic Design Three: Advanced Typography
- Graphic Design Four: Advanced Graphic Design Studio
- Graphic Design Five: History and Systems
- Introduction to Digital Media
- Graphic Design Course Planner
From the fundamentals to their application in real world scenarios – the UW-Platteville Graphic Design Program provides students with a comprehensive Fine Arts degree.