Graphic Design Technology, located on the Senatobia campus, educates the student in the art of visual communication, emphasizing the professional practice of design. Students combine digital technology with aesthetics in the production of typography, website design, signage, publications, identity systems, packaging design, and other forms of communication.
The Graphic Designer combines concepts and facts from the humanities, social sciences and technology while utilizing critical design methodologies in visual problem solving. Upon successful completion of this 64-hour program, an Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded. No major may advance to a higher course in his or her area of studio emphasis (Graphic Design) without earning a grade of “C” or higher in the lower division course. Periodic portfolio reviews determine placement and progression in the program.
Entrance into the program is on a competitive basis. Prospective students need an ACT composite score of 16 or better or equivalent on the TABE for admittance into the program.
Instructor: Karla Merritt | Phone: 662-562-3442 | Office location: Berry Building
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