Bachelor Programs in Exhibition Design

Compare 2 Bachelor Programs in Exhibition Design

Exhibition Design

Students desiring to work in museums, galleries or with design firms might choose to study exhibition design. This course of study offers students the chance to learn the components of successful exhibition installations, along with a grounding in other areas such as conservation and museum education.

 

You may ask: what is a Bachelor in Exhibition Design? A Bachelor in Exhibition Design is a college degree that provides students with the skills to set up exhibits in a variety of settings, which encourage interactivity or prompt emotional or intellectual responses. Increasingly, these programs incorporate 3D technology for the purpose of modeling an exhibition. Students will gain a firm grasp of industrial design principles, along with an understanding of space and its utilization.

 

Prospective students choosing to pursue this course of study can learn skills that are transferable across a variety of career options. They can gain important design skills, learn to manipulate designs using technology, and learn important business skills. They can also become proficient in using construction tools and they learn the critical aspect of lighting.

 

The costs associated with getting this degree will vary depending upon a host of factors, such as the student’s choice of institution. It is recommended that students research their options and choose the program that best suits their interests and needs.

 

Graduates of an exhibition design program will likely land entry level positions in a variety of settings such as: museums, galleries, malls, motion picture studios, industrial parks, theme parks, and trade shows. This career path will appeal to individuals who are creative, but who also can use construction tools such as drills and saws. The graduate will also need to learn business skills to interact with others in the industry.

 

Prospective students who wish to pursue this degree will find many choices worldwide. Due to the hands-on aspect of this training, there are currently no degree options that are offered wholly online. However, the student might be able to satisfy some of the general requirements by combining in-classroom work with distance learning. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor in Arts

Claflin University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Orangeburg

Students who earn a Bachelor of Art degree through Claflin's Department of Art can use their skills and experience to work for libraries, art galleries, sign shops, art supply stores, public relations firms, printing firms, advertising agencies, colleges and universities, publishing houses, museums, schools, film companies, greeting card companies, auction houses, amusement parks, recreation departments, photo agencies, media production companies, restoration firms and more. [+]

Bachelors in Exhibition Design . All students entering Claflin University's Department of Art will be placed in the foundation art sequence. After completing the first semester of their freshman year, students will declare a major in one of the following disciplines: Art Education Studio Art Digital Design The Department of Art provides a career guide to all art majors, which provides information regarding art scholarships, internships and art-related websites. Students who earn a Bachelor of Art degree through Claflin's Department of Art can use their skills and experience to work for libraries, art galleries, sign shops, art supply stores, public relations firms, printing firms, advertising agencies, colleges and universities, publishing houses, museums, schools, film companies, greeting card companies, auction houses, amusement parks, recreation departments, photo agencies, media production companies, restoration firms and more. With an art degree, you can enjoy a career as an art teacher, illustrator, arts fundraiser, webpage designer, gallery owner/operator, director, greeting card artist, grants specialist, layout artist, printmaker, mural artist, scenic artist, textile designer, photographer, art critic/reporter, museum education coordinator, police/courtroom artist, artist-in-residence, sign painter, book/CD cover designer, arts council director, visual merchandiser, medical illustrator, corporate art consultant, art appraiser, community arts center coordinator, art therapist, picture framer, art librarian, historical preservation coordinator, greeting card artist or cartoonist. All graduating Studio Art and Digital Design majors must complete a Senior Project, install a Senior Project Exhibition, and successfully pass a Senior Exit Examination. Art Education majors must complete a Professional Clinical Practice Exhibition in addition to successfully passing all exams required by the School of Education. It is the responsibility of the student to initiate and organize these activities. Students must work closely with the Art faculty so that these events can proceed according to schedule. [-]

Bachelor in Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design

Fashion Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2017 USA New York

A traffic-stopping store window. A Central Park kiosk telling the life story of butterflies. A 7,000-square-foot museum exhibition about sustainable design. Visual presentation and exhibition designers take on a wide array of projects for stores, museums [+]

Bachelor in Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design

A traffic-stopping store window. A Central Park kiosk telling the life story of butterflies. A 7,000-square-foot museum exhibition about sustainable design. Visual presentation and exhibition designers take on a wide array of projects for stores, museums, showrooms, theme parks, and special events. They are storytellers in three dimensions, creating environments that inspire, inform, and persuade.

This program provides an in-depth, interdisciplinary education that prepares you to create exhibits and presentations from conceptualization through fabrication. In courses taught by professional designers with extensive experience, you’ll learn to use a variety of materials and techniques, including props, electronic media, and lighting.... [-]