ART 3130 GRAPHIC DESIGN 1 (3 credits)
The first course in the Graphic Design sequence, Graphic Design I is an upper division course focusing on the essential elements of Graphic Design as a discipline and practice. Working individually, students learn the tools, terminology, theory, and history of Graphic Design as a professional and artistic practice. Focused attention and time is spent learning conceptualization skills, digital skills, design practice and the relationship between the designer and their social and historical context.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ART 1220, or permission of instructor
To obtain a BA with a major in Economics in the College of Arts & Sciences, a student must fulfill university, college, and departmental requirements. Hour requirements follow:
...the exception of PSYC 3130 , students cannot use...pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Biology or...
...in the College of Arts & Sciences, a student...include: SOC 2130 , PSYC 3130 , STAT 3000 , STAT...