Part time Bachelor's Degree in Communication Design

Compare Part time Bachelor Programs in Communication Design 2017

Communication Design

Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

Request Information Part time Bachelor Degrees in Communication Design 2017

Read More

Bachelor in Writing

William Peace University
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

The Writing curriculum combines courses from the English and Communication programs to produce graduates who are skilled at creating rhetorically sophisticated documents and prepared to put them to immediate practical use in high-tech companies. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Communication Design 2017. Even in the increasingly technological and often mechanized workplace, employers continue to identify mastery of language as the skill most lacking in recent college graduates. A 2013 report written by The Chronicle and American Public Media’s Marketplace claimed that “written and oral communication skills” was identified by more than 700 employers as the leading skill deficit among graduates. The Writing major combines a focus on close reading and argument with a contemporary application of such skills to digital media to prepare WPU graduates for careers in emerging fields that demand linguistic precision in technological contexts. The Writing curriculum combines courses from the English and Communication programs to produce graduates who are skilled at creating rhetorically sophisticated documents and prepared to put them to immediate practical use in high-tech companies. [-]

Bachelor of Design (Communication)

Otago Polytechnic
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years February 2017 New Zealand Dunedin

Communication Design encompasses a wide range of media and processes and in a rapidly expanding global media environment a design qualification will open the doors [+]

Want to learn how to present concepts and information creatively and effectively? Keen to gain the skills to craft ideas and tell stories through image, text, sound, moving image and interactive media? Communication Design encompasses a wide range of media and processes and in a rapidly expanding global media environment a design qualification will open the doors to an endless array of opportunities. Work in a broad range of creative areas and for a variety of companies, use your vision to challenge the status quo and communicate original and exciting ideas to others. With your passion for design, you could consider a career as a Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Character Designer, Art Director, Design Project Manager, Design Researcher, Film-Maker, Web Designer or Animator, to name but a few. Study at one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive design schools and learn about key areas of Communication Design including storytelling, graphic design, photography, branding and advertising, moving image, illustration, web design, interactive media and interaction design. Develop a sound knowledge and understanding of the design process, both individually and in groups, while gaining valuable practical experience with a variety of hands-on and community-based projects. Gain over 100 weeks in a design studio environment and benefit from the individual guidance and support offered by highly skilled tutors in our boutique Design School environment. International fee: $21,270 (first year) Skills required Creativity and vision. The ability to see an idea through from concept to reality. Practical ability and good communication skills. An interest in people and the world around you. An enjoyment of working with others. Entry Requirements International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet degree-level entry requirements. If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening. Portfolio note Your portfolio should: Be a comprehensive review of your current design achievements, potential and commitment. We are looking for evidence that you are able to be original, versatile and enterprising and that you are committed to creative study in your chosen design field. Within the portfolio: Your portfolio should include work that you feel best represents your creativity and demonstrates your knowledge of and passion for your chosen field of study. It may contain photographs, small original works, sketches, and whatever you feel is visually informative about you and your abilities as a potential fashion/communication/interiors/product designer. Please include process work for some pieces (2-3 approximately). This could include drawings, sources of inspiration, comments etc which demonstrate the development of an idea, i.e. that you are able to develop and research an idea through to a finished design. e.g. painting, graphic work, garment, photograph, a creative textile work or 3-dimensional design, appropriate to your chosen field of study. For secondary school students this work can be anything completed over the last year and may be work that you are developing for NCEA Level 3 portfolios. We do not require finished NCEA boards but you may wish to include development work for these. We would like to see work that has been done as part of class or group projects, but also work which has been self-initiated, and demonstrates interest in your chosen field of study. Portfolio format The portfolio should be in a format appropriate to the work you are showing, i.e. digital (CD) or physical. As a guide, we expect at least 10 X A4 or A3 sheets – a clear binder is a good way to protect your work unless, of course, your portfolio is on CD or being sent by email. If you wish to include garments/samples in your portfolio, please consider providing photographs of your work instead. We have limited storage space and do not wish to risk damage to your work. Please note there is a file size limit of 15MB for the portfolio if you are applying online. Cover letter Explain why you have chosen to apply for the selected programme. This letter should communicate your interest in the discipline and discuss what steps you have already taken to increase your chances of being accepted onto the programme. Please include Curriculum Vitae and your career goals in this letter and any other relevant information. Delivery of your portfolio Please courier or hand-deliver your portfolio to the address below (enclosing a self-addressed, postage-paid courier package in order for your work to be returned after consideration): Customer Services Otago Polytechnic F Block, Forth Street Dunedin 9016 Attn: Student Administrator for Design We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible. Applications are preferred by 30 November (late applications are accepted based on the availability of places in the programme). Additional documentation You must supply certified copies of proof of identify, academic records, proof of residency (where appropriate) and curriculum vitae. You must also include a short letter, explaining your motivations and why you think you would be a good candidate for this degree. Selection procedure Selected applicants may be asked to attend an interview, where they will be invited to discuss their portfolio. Eligible applicants will be selected using a range of identified criteria. Should the number of applicants who meet the selection process requirements exceed the available places, the professional judgement of staff will be used to determine those given immediate entry and those placed on a waiting list. Applicants who do not meet the acceptance criteria will be directed to a path of study to prepare them for application the following year. Provisional Entry: A school leaver or an adult applicant who does not meet all of the entry criteria may be given provisional entry to year 1 at the discretion of the Head of School. Those who successfully complete and pass year 1 will be deemed to have met entry requirements and provisional status will be removed. The interview panel will consist of lecturers who teach on the course, along with an academic leader from the department. Applicants will be selected on merit using professional judgement on the basis of their portfolio of work, evidence of creativity and ability to take a concept through to a model stage and demonstration of the ability to undertake design study at degree level. Successful applicants are all informed before the end of the year and are sent detailed information on enrolment procedures, loans, starting dates for the following year and any information that might be required to facilitate a smooth introduction to the programme. Additional costs A list of equipment, textbooks and resources which must be purchased for this programme are available from the School of Design. Further study options Advance your design skills with our graduate or postgraduate qualifications in Design or Art, or expand your career prospects with a graduate teacher training programme. Programme specific risks Prior to enrolment, you are advised of the programme specific risks in workshops and CAD rooms. This information is provided by way of discussion at interview and written notification with acceptance and you will be required to undertake training before independent use of many types of equipment in workshops and studios. Risks include wood, metal, plastics, textiles, painting plant and equipment. Studying at the school of design Offering small class sizes in immersive studio environments, the School of Design provides you with numerous opportunities to develop and showcase your creative talent. You will be frequently involved in professional presentations, talks, exhibitions, and events, with the year culminating in the 'Excite' exhibition, a highlight on the OP calendar. The School of Design also enjoys strong and frequent links to the local, national and international design community. You will benefit from ongoing networks and opportunities through these associations which will allow you to form contacts within the industry, while at the same time earning credits towards your degree. No matter what your discipline, we offer you the chance to work with 'real' clients, creating design-based solutions and services. workSpace workSpace is a professional Communication Design studio based at the Otago Polytechnic campus in Dunedin. This studio connects emerging designers with commercial or not-for-profit clients. workSpace matches clients' requirements to your design skills and enable you to gain valuable work experience in a learning environment. At the end of your degree you may apply for a job at the studio as a Design Associate, offering you up to a year of paid work experience, applying your skills to client work, in a busy studio environment. FAQ/Answers What is the minimum/maximum age to apply? There is no maximum age to apply, provided that you are a genuine student. Usually, students beginning their programmes are at least 18 years of age. How long will my study take? Undergraduate degrees are three years, diplomas are usually two years and certificates are one year. Graduate and postgraduate qualifications can take one to two years to complete. What about international recognition? All of our qualifications are recognised internationally. You are able to take your Otago Polytechnic undergraduate degree and apply to other national and international tertiary institutions for graduate and postgraduate study. How much can I earn as a student? Those students who are eligible to work while studying may get causal jobs in areas like hospitality or other service industries. Your hourly wage is likely to be between NZD$13-15. What do I need for my student visa? Your Otago Polytechnic Offer of Place letter. This letter means you have been accepted to study. It also states your course fee, which you must pay first to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. You will then receive a receipt of payment from us. You must submit these two documents (your Offer of Place and your receipt of fees), along with evidence that you have sufficient funds for living expenses, and a return international air ticket or evidence of sufficient funds to buy one, to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. For programmes longer than 24 months, you will also need to provide very recent medical and x-ray certificates. If you are over 17 years of age, you will need a police certificate to show that you are of good character. See the New Zealand Immigration website for more details. Streamlined visa applications now open! If you are an international student who will apply for your student visa from outside of New Zealand, you might be eligible for the streamlined visa process offered by Immigration New Zealand (INZ). This allows your visa application to be processed faster by INZ because Otago Polytechnic nominates you as a suitable candidate (INZ will decide the outcome and the processing time). Once you have received your Offer of Place from Otago Polytechnic, you may apply for a streamlined visa nomination letter from us. For more information and to submit an application, click here. What happens when I finish my degree? Students who have completed their degree in the normal time and have a job offer related to their studies can apply for a work visa for another two years. This entitles you to work in the job you have been offered, and may help you qualify for residence. What about applying for New Zealand residency? If you meet the requirements of the current immigration policy in New Zealand, it is possible for you to apply for residence at any time. Immigration policy encourages students who have completed their degree in New Zealand to apply for permanent residence. Is there an application fee? No. How long does it take to apply? We suggest you apply at least three to four months before your programme starts so that you are organised to arrive on time. What do I need to include in my application? Your English language test results: IELTS, TOEFL or TOIEC. We also require certified copies of any academic results you have from your overseas high school or university. We may also require your curriculum vitae or a portfolio, depending on your programme entry requirements. Your workload There is an emphasis throughout the three year programme on the development of independent learning skills. This is reflected in the decrease of directed hours over the three years with an expectation that by the end of year three, you will be an independent learner. Hours are allocated as follows, based on a 32 week academic year: YEAR Directed (Class Contact Hours) Approximate Hours Per Week Self-Directed Hours (Non- Class Contact) Approximate Hours Per Week YEAR 1 570 18 630 20 YEAR 2 530 16.5 670 21 YEAR 3 385 12 815 25.5 Disclaimer While every effort is made to ensure that this sheet is accurate, Otago Polytechnic reserves the right to amend, alter or withdraw any of the contained information. The fees shown in this document are indicative ONLY. Both domestic and international fees are subject to change and are dependent on the development and implementation of Government policies. Please note that additional fees may from time to time be required for external examination, NZQA fees and/or additional material fees. [-]

Bachelor in Design Arts

University Of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Green Bay

The <strong>Design Arts major</strong> is geared towards students who are interested in Graphic Design, Environmental Design and the broadening field of Visual Communications. The program provides a formal education in design with an emphasis on promoting the development of problem solving and design skills that are practical, portable and enduring in rapidly changing, technologically driven, creative fields. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Communication Design 2017. The Design Arts major is geared towards students who are interested in Graphic Design, Environmental Design and the broadening field of Visual Communications. The program provides a formal education in design with an emphasis on promoting the development of problem solving and design skills that are practical, portable and enduring in rapidly changing, technologically driven, creative fields. The Design Arts major consists of Studio Art, Graphic Design, Environmental Design, Communications and English Composition courses. The breadth of the curriculum reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the program and is structured to promote intellectual and esthetic understanding of visual communications, environmental design and promote the development of problem solving skills. Students enrolled in upper-level courses will learn how to apply design principles to a variety of media including graphic design for print and publishing and web design. Studio courses integrate technology use and skills development in a problem-based learning environment. Students learn to use standard professional design software as tools of the design process. The environmental design studios develop design skills through the exploration of human scale problems. The studio courses have typically been centered on a variety of real-world projects that have included the design of business and living spaces, the redesign of industrial river frontage into green space and urban renewal projects to name a few. The studio projects typically have actual clients, with students responding to important community issues that require creativity based in design and problem solving methodologies. The ultimate goal of the program is to equip students with the knowledge, problem-solving ability and design skills that will enable them to make significant contributions as design professionals. [-]

Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)

Swinburne Online
Online Part time 3 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne

Turn your passion into a fulfilling career with a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) from Swinburne. Taught by practicing designers, this degree prepares you to work in a range of creative industries, such as advertising, branding, merchandising, communications and publication design. [+]

Become a professional designer Turn your passion into a fulfilling career with a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) from Swinburne. Taught by practicing designers, this degree prepares you to work in a range of creative industries, such as advertising, branding, merchandising, communications and publication design. You will develop the practical skills you need to design for web, print and emerging media, and learn how to communicate effectively using the language of design. Throughout your course, you will produce work for real clients and develop a professional portfolio to help you land your dream design job. Career opportunities Design Coordinator Produce design solutions for clients and oversee creative projects from start to finish. Marketing and Design Executive Develop and execute marketing strategies and create strong graphic design elements. Graphic and Digital Designer Produce creative campaigns using graphic design, web and video advertising content. Account Manager Work with clients to create a digital brand strategy and manage their projects and campaigns. Learning at Swinburne Online Designed by designers Created by designers, for designers, the Swinburne Online Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) prepares you for life as a professional working in a highly competitive field. Taught by working designers with years of experience, the course has been specifically designed to give you the skills employers are looking for. You’ll graduate with a highly marketable set of abilities and a professional portfolio that shows them off. A community of creatives At Swinburne Online, you will be part of an online community of creative students. Just like in a design studio, you will work alongside your peers on your own projects, collaborate on design briefs, and share ideas. You will form creative partnerships that continue far beyond study, and into your professional life. A unique learning experience You shouldn’t have to put everything on hold to study, so we have created a degree that can fit around your life. The flexibility of learning online means that you can continue in your current role while working towards the career you want. Our communication design course replicates the studio experience, with lessons taking place in a live, interactive learning environment. You will develop practical skills through demo videos, group sessions and discussions, and use industry-standard Adobe software to produce work for your portfolio. Entry criteria Non-Year 12 entry Completion or partial completion of an approved tertiary qualification (including diplomas, advanced diplomas, associate degrees and degrees). Additional performance criteria and prerequisite requirements may also apply. Submission of a professional portfolio that sufficiently demonstrates an understanding of the practical and theoretical aspects of visual communication design is required. Please note the technology requirements for this course. Students admitted to the course with prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of this course may be eligible for academic credit. Applicants without a formal qualification but with significant and relevant work experience and appropriate English language skills will be considered if they can demonstrate that they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success. The University may determine selection criteria and restrictions in respect of courses to apply in addition to these entry requirements. Year 12 entry Successful completion of the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or its equivalent, such as an interstate or international Year 12 qualification. VCE Pre-requisites Applicants must meet the associated minimum ATAR score Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL and a study score of at least 20 in either Art, Interactive Digital Media, Media, Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts or Visial Communication. A portfolio of work and a certified statement of results will be required. [-]

Graphic and Visual Communication

Quasar Design University in Rome
Campus Part time November 2017 Italy Rome

The course ofGraphic and Visual Communicationis aimed at the training of designers specializing in: <ul> <li>advertising graphics,</li> <li>graphic design,</li> <li>advertising,</li> <li>art direction and copywriting,</li> <li>packaging, advertising,</li> <li>web design, publishing,</li> <li>logos and brand identity,</li> <li>marketing</li> </ul>. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Communication Design 2017. Graphic and Visual Communication The course ofGraphic and Visual Communicationis aimed at the training of designers specializing in: advertising graphics, graphic design, advertising, art direction and copywriting, packaging, advertising, web design, publishing, logos and brand identity, marketing . The course is active since 1997 and updated with each new edition. The course is recognized by MIUR as an Academic Diploma Level I. Who it is aimed at This university-level course is aimed at school leavers, from all types of secondary schools, who intend to grow in the culture of graphic design. The image, in all its forms, is now the principal vehicle of institutional, social and promotional communication, from classic advertising to corporate identity to packaging in such a way as to constitute a pervasive media universe. This is the extended operating range of the graphic or visual communication designer. Educational Objectives The objectives pursued in the Graphic and Visual Communication course are: to guarantee to students the attainment of critical maturity and an understanding of the problems connected to practising a profession in a sector that is rapidly and constantly changing; to provide students with technical knowledge and training experiences in the fields of graphic design and visual communication for a speedy and satisfying start to their professional activities; to ensure graduates possess a reliable method of graphic design that encompasses creativity and rigour, both supported by an adequate grasp of the techniques of representation, both manual and computer-assisted, through the most advanced software available for 2D design. The course deals with, studies and thoroughly analyses all those disciplines that support graphic design providing it, on the one hand, with the necessary pragmatic dimension, and, on the other, with that solid theoretical-critical structure and cultural depth that are indispensable for educated and aware designers. With this aim, and to allow the maturing of an awareness of the meaning and value of graphic and artistic works, the course offers practical teaching, such as techniques of representation, publishing techniques and freehand drawing, along with theoretical-critical teaching, such as the history of visual communication, the theory of perception and form, and advertising. In the course of the three years, the student develops the ability to create and implement design projects for business, design for publishing, product design (packaging), strategic design, commercial and social advertising campaigns, graphic design for environments. They also gain the capacity to manage work cycles from the point of view of planning and administration. Awarded qualification Academic Diploma Level I recognized by MIUR. Creative jobs The visual communication designer is able to work comfortably with advertising agencies, production companies, professional studios and businesses in the visual communication sector. They are able to manage the ongoing technological evolution, understand the cultural dynamics of the context in which they operate and consider the economic-productive aspects connected to the design activity they carry out. They can operate in the different sectors of visual communication, in Italy and abroad, as employees or freelancers; in professional activity and, after having gained a number of years’ experience, as art directors; in advertising and integrated communications agencies; as an employees, consultants or collaborators; in all areas of publishing, as editorial designers; with private or public bodies, for consultation and collaboration as graphic designers. Partners AIAP, GNAM, Saatchi & Saatchi, Logos, Apple, Greenpeace, La Repubblica, Nissan, Enel, Barilla, Nastro Azzurro, Acea, Coop, Peroni. Subjects The training course is divided into three teaching cycles for each academic year. The cycles consist of lectures, workshops and specialized workshops that are divided into three main areas: productive technologies, design and representation; history, criticism and theories; design laboratories. The first year has the aim of training students in the basic disciplines of graphic design, theoretical as much as practical, in order to be able to approach the later design laboratories equipped with the appropriate knowledge. The second year aims to perfect the preparation undertaken during the first year, in order to begin to shape the professional figure with the attainment of the official qualification of graphic designer. The third year moves towards the professional specialization of the student as an assistant art director. Obtaining this professional qualification will allow the students, following appropriate experience as an assistant, to work as art directors, a leading figure in the design of visual communication and a natural goal in the career of graphic designers. Course location The course "Graphic and Visual Communication" will be held in Rome at Quasar Design University. Via Crescenzio 17 A Roma(RM) - 00193 [-]

Bachelor in Media and Communication Design

Macromedia University for Media and Communication
Campus Part time 7 semesters October 2017 Germany Stuttgart Cologne Italy Milan Munich Hamburg Berlin Region + 6 more

This interdisciplinary programme gives you the tools to master the whole spectrum of visual communication as an all-rounder with specific subject knowledge. The duration of the study programme is 7 semesters, including one semester abroad and one in a company of your choice. As a student you will participate in several design competitions and work on projects for companies. [+]

Does good design function the same in every country? What should be considered when designing international advertising campaigns? Do aesthetic qualities change at the borders? In the English-language Bachelor programme in Media and Communication Design, students learn to deal with these issues.

Designers are increasingly challenged to think and work with an international mindset. Against the backdrop of global design challenges, you will learn the entire spectrum of visual communication and test yourself in the areas of image editing, typography, layout, or screen and interface design. Your own personal interests can shape your project work accordingly. Through the English-language teaching and the international orientation of the curriculum, you will meet the qualifications for a professional position in the international field of design. You will be needed everywhere where an international design perspective is required - both in Germany and abroad.... [-]

Degree (BA) Design

UNIBA Centro Universitario Internacional de Barcelona
Online Part time 4 years April 2017 Spain Barcelona

Get ready to boost your career in the field of design. Through this degree program, you will acquire the [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Communication Design 2017. INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Get ready to boost your career in the field of design. Thanks to this online degree program design, you will acquire the knowledge and techniques necessary to take care of the planning, development and the development of cultural and visual products, and imaging and spaces. This curriculum will provide all the theoretical and practical training you need to enhance your creativity and work as a designer / professional in sectors as diverse as photography, audiovisual industry, decoration and interior design, creating graphics applications, the publishing, marketing, advertising and teaching. With this curriculum: You'll get the knowledge and skills necessary to raise, manage and carry out any design project. You master the different artistic languages, which can be applied to those areas where the creation of new products required. You will learn proper technical and technological design processes, and the most appropriate tools to work with. You will learn what are the formal procedures of graphic communication and how to implement them effectively. You will acquire knowledge of those aspects that affect the integrated management of design: economics, marketing and legal issues (patents, copyright, intellectual property, etc..). Know what has been the evolution of cultural, social, aesthetic and economic values ​​associated with art. Study the superior design degree program at the International Center of Barcelona will allow total flexibility to combine your online studies with your professional life. QUALIFICATIONS AND CURRICULUM At the end and overcome your studies get the Degree in Design, an official certificate that gives you the University of Barcelona. This qualification is recognized and adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and it'll increase your career options and / or extend your studies to earn a master's degree. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Under Article 14 of Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October, on the organization of official university studies, they can access these official teachings Grade persons who meet the requirements of current legislation for Access to university, and in compliance with applicable rules establishing procedures governing selection for admission to universities. The existing access roads to this degree are: Tests access to university or equivalent (PAU). Ciclos Formativos de Grado Superior, FP2 o asimilados. COU. University graduates. Entrance exams for over 25 years. Students from educational systems that applies Article 38.5 of the Organic Law 2/2006 of 3 May, on education. Recognition of foreign university studies (continuation of the same studies). GRANTS In order to provide you access to your studies, UNIBA offers you various types of scholarships: Academic merit scholarships Own scholarships: awarded to students with good professional record by the admissions committee. Scholarships and grants the Ministry of Education or other state government agencies. At all times our educational advisors will inform you of the validity of each and can guide you on the needs and steps to follow when applying for any of these scholarships. PROFESSIONAL OUTINGS Obtaining Degree in Design enables you to work in the following areas: Delivery and design agencies. Industria editorial. Departments product. Companies and imaging departments, communication, marketing and advertising. Museums and cultural centers. Exposiciones y ferias. Companies specializing in signage. Industria audiovisual. Photography studios. Construcción. Schools and art schools. Media specializing in art or design. [-]