Graphic design major/minor
Hannah Brown ‘20, a graphic design major, traveled more than 1,000 miles away from home with the help of a little pixie dust to take part in an extraordinary internship experience.
“Working for Disney has always been a dream of mine. Walt Disney was 100 percent right when he said, ‘If you can dream it, you can do it!’"
Graphic design students develop skills using the latest software programs and apply
learned knowledge through real world projects and assignments. Our program provides
internship opportunities and professional portfolio-building support to prepare students
The graphic design program includes a strong foundation in design elements and principles, color theory and typography, and a focus on industry-specific knowledge and conceptual problem solving through study of digital imaging and visual communication with attention to technical and aesthetic aspects.
The latest tools, such as large volume 3D printers, 3D scanners, digital laser etchers and engravers and digitized routers, along with large format printers, DSLR cameras and full studio photography equipment, allow for cutting-edge design approaches.
Seniors fulfill an internship program, networking with design and publishing businesses. Semester-long internship opportunities are available through our partnership with Washington Community Scholars’ Center.