Graphic Design Major

53-56 units

Core Courses
ART 120Introduction to Computer Graphics3
ART 130Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 135Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 145Drawing I3
ART 221Production for Print Design3
ART 250Photography I3
ART 281Graphic Design I3
ART 356Writing 3: History of Modern Art 13
ART 358History of Graphic Design and Illustration3
ART 383Graphic Design II3
ART 385Graphic Design III3
ART 382Adaptive Design I3
ART 450Portfolio 23
ART 475Art Internship1-4
ART 481Graphic Design IV3
Breadth Courses (see list below)10
Total Units53-56

Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.


Meets the General Education Integrative and Applied Learning requirement.

Breadth Courses

Select 10 units from the following:

Design Application
ART 114Student Publications - Yearbook1
ART 210Printmaking: Relief3
ART 211Printmaking: Serigraph3
ART 384Interactive Design3
ART 386Multimedia I3
ART 415Student Publications - Yearbook1
ART 430Applied Design1-4
ART 446Graphic Design Processes1-3
ART 495Special Topics in Art3
COMM 200Introduction to Mass Communication3
MKTG 361Integrated Marketing Communications (BUSI 360 prerequisite)3
MKTG 362Consumer Behavior3
ART 146Painting I3
ART 330Figurative Lab3
ART 340Drawing and Painting II3
ART 350Illustration3
ART 390Three-Dimensional Animation I3
ART 260Photography II3
ART 320Digital Imaging3
ART 360Photography III3
ART 460Photography IV3
ART 465Photographic Processes3
or ART 466 Commercial Photography
ART 495Special Topics in Art3
Art History
ART 354Ancient Art History 13
ART 357Contemporary Art Trends 13
ART 359Women In Art3
ART 361Early Christian and Medieval Art 13
ART 362Renaissance to Rococo Art 13
ART 495Special Topics in Art3
HUM 223Core Texts in Aesthetics 13
HUM 323Core Texts in Aesthetics 13

Meets the General Education Humanities: Fine Arts requirement.

Recommended General Education Courses

Intellectual and Practical Skills
GE 100First-Year Seminar3
WRIT 110Writing 1: The Art and Craft of Writing3
Writing 23
Writing 2: Writing for Christian Practice
Writing 2: Writing in the Humanities
Writing 2: Introduction to Film Analysis and Criticism
Writing 33
Writing 3: History of Modern Art
Oral Communication3
Public Communication
Physical Education1
PE XXX: Fitness for Life
Quantitative Literacy3
College Algebra
Analytical Inquiry
Contemporary Mathematics
Introduction to Statistics
Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World
Humanities: Fine Arts3
Early Christian and Medieval Art
Renaissance to Rococo Art
Humanities: History3
United States History Since 1877
Humanities: Literature3
Studies in Literature
Social Science3
General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Natural Science w/lab4
Biblical, Theological, and Philosophical Formation
MIN 108Christian Life, Faith, and Ministry3
UBBL 100Introduction to Biblical Literature: Exodus/Deuteronomy3
UBBL 230Luke/Acts3
PHIL 220Introduction to Philosophy3
Upper-Division Bible3
Personal and Social Responsibility
Civic Engagement3
Intercultural Competence3
Multicultural Art
Integrative and Applied Learning3
Total Units62