Delve into the creative and artistic side of computer technology

Graphic design is the applied art of arranging images and text to communicate a message. It may be applied in any medium, such as print or digital media, movies, animation, product decoration, packaging, and signage.

We offer courses in graphic design, web design, digital illustration, imagery for business, animation, game design, photography, and video production and editing. Our hands-on courses are taught in the CIT Lab using Wacom Cintiq drawing tablets and the state-of-the-art software. Class sizes are small, with 5 to 15 students per class. We also offer an in-house summer internship experience, where our students design graphic materials and websites for local businesses.

Photo of CIT/Graphic Design double major Jude Giordano '18

Quick Info

Required Credits

42

Degree Option

Undergraduate

Program Formats

Minor - 27 credits

Game Development

Jude Giordano '18

“A group of my friends and I are making a video game for our final capstone project. It’s a lot of work — so much more than I ever thought it would be. You have to make all your own graphics. You have to code every possible response. But it’s fun — I’m learning things that I never thought I would be able to learn or do.”

Read more about how Jude translated his love of drawing into a marketable skill set as a computer information technology (CIT) and graphic design double major.