Bachelor Degree in Communication Design in Iowa in USA

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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.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

Commonly referred to as the “Hawkeye state” or “America’s heartland” owed to its positioning, the state of Iowa has been ranked as one of the safest places to live time and again. With three major public universities and a host of numerous private institutions and colleges, the state can boast of having a reputable education system.

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Bachelor in Visual Communication and Design

Iowa Wesleyan University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Mount Pleasant

This major includes digital imaging, web, multimedia authoring, animation and illustration. Communications and business courses are integrated into the curriculum and further reflect the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of the Visual Communications and Design major. [+]

Bachelors in Communication Design in Iowa in USA. This major includes digital imaging, web, multimedia authoring, animation and illustration. Communications and business courses are integrated into the curriculum and further reflect the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of the Visual Communications and Design major. The Design Center is the technology hub for many of these courses and is also structured to provide students varied opportunities to work with campus and off-campus clients for credit. The Iowa Wesleyan College art program: promotes understanding, appreciation and interest in the visual arts through a supportive community that encourages experiential learning, personal investigation and insight into the creative process; provides basic general instruction in visual arts activities including: design, visual communications, drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics; and exposes students to current application and theory in visual arts while providing a forum for analysis and synthesis of individual artistic expression. Visual Communication and Design Requirements Visual Communications and Design Major ART 109 Survey of Visual Communication - 3 hrs. ART 201 Foundations of Design - 3 hrs. ART 204 Graphic Layout and Design 3 hrs. ART 207 Photography I - 3 hrs. ART 209 Multimedia Development - 3 hrs. ART 215 Painting I - 3 hrs. ART 219 Drawing I - 3 hrs. ART 269 Interactive Media 3 hrs. ART 304 Graphic Layout and Design II - 3 hrs. ART 379 Advanced Visual Communication and Design - 3 hrs. Three additional hours in studio art selected from the following: ART 381 History of Art I - 3 hrs. ART 382 History of Art II - 3 hrs. ART 383 History of Art III - 3 hrs. ART 499A Senior Seminar - 1 hr ART 499B Senior Seminar - 1 hr. Three additional hours in studio art selected from the following: ART 398 practicum and ART 498 internship - 6-14 hrs. ART 398 practicum and ART 498 internship - 6-14 hrs. Professional preparation: Support Courses BA 320 Marketing - 3 hrs. BA 322 Advertising - 3 hrs. COMM 147 Public Speaking - 3 hrs. COMM 248 Legal and Ethical Issues in Media - 3 hrs. PHIL 215 Ethics for Life and Career - 3 hrs. COMM 260 Video Production - 2 hrs. [-]

Bachelor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication

Buena Vista University (BVU)
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Storm Lake

Create graphics for advertisements, billboards or magazines. Design logos for up-and-coming companies. Develop the layout and graphics for Web pages. [+]

Bachelor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication Create graphics for advertisements, billboards or magazines. Design logos for up-and-coming companies. Develop the layout and graphics for Web pages. As a graphic design & visual communication major at BVU, you will learn the skills to work for all types of businesses, large and small, in almost every industry imaginable. Graphic design & visual communication students at BVU get more than a classroom education. Through your studies, you will often have the chance to design projects for real clients on campus and in the community. You will further develop your professional skills through individualized attention, countless internship opportunities, extra-curricular activities and diverse classroom projects. As part of your education, you’ll become proficient with the latest software programs and learn how to design for emerging technology and media. Because you will be actively designing and creating projects throughout your college career, you will also build a competitive portfolio of materials to show potential employers. The program’s emphasis on concept development and practical application will enhance your strategic thinking, problem solving and design skills, and prepare you to work in a number of design-related fields. Graphic Design courses Major: 58 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History or ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History or ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART/GDES 392 Junior Seminar ART/GDES 492 Senior Seminar ART 493 Senior Exhibition DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 104 Media Studio: Web DIGI 210 Media and Society DIGI 300 Legal and Ethical Perspectives DIGI 304 Multimedia Web Design GDES 223 Graphic Design Foundations GDES 305 History of Graphic Design GDES 349 Graphic Design GDES 350 Typography GDES 449 Advanced Graphic Design GDES 495 Internship (3 credit minimum) Graphic Design and Visual Communication majors must earn a final grade of C- or better in required GDES courses (GDES 223, GDES 305, GDES 349, GDES 350, GDES 392, GDES 449, GDES 492). 9 credit hours from ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History or ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History (class not taken above) ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History or ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History (class not taken above) ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography COMM 230 Business and Professional Communication DIGI 102 Media Studio: Video and DIGI 103 Media Studio: Audio DIGI 220 New Media DIGI 230 Introduction to Integrated Communications DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography GDES 440 Illustration MRKT 306 Principles of Marketing MRKT 355 Consumer Behavior Minor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication: 22 credit hours GDES 223 Graphic Design Foundations GDES 305 History of Graphic Design GDES 349 Graphic Design GDES 350 Typography GDES 449 Advanced Graphic Design Graphic Design and Visual Communication minors must earn a final grade of C or better in required GDES courses (GDES 223, GDES 305, GDES 349, GDES 350, GDES 449). 6 credit hours from ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 104 Media Studio: Web DIGI 210 Media and Society DIGI 300 Legal and Ethical Perspectives DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography DIGI 304 Multimedia Web Design GDES 440 Illustration [-]