Bachelor Degree in Design in New York in USA

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Art and Design

Keuka College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Keuka Park

Keuka College’s art and design major is geared toward students interested in design, visual expression, and digital communication. <br> While fostering creative development and personal expression, the major provides the skills and experiences essential for success in the field of design and visual communication. [+]

Bachelors in Design in New York in USA. Keuka College's art and design major is geared toward students interested in design, visual expression, and digital communication. And, according to the Wall Street Journal, a fine-arts degree may be a better choice than many think. While fostering creative development and personal expression, the major provides the skills and experiences essential for success in the field of design and visual communication. In fact, the program’s enhanced emphasis on digital media and graphic design will open up cutting-edge opportunities for students as they transition to the workforce or advanced study. Taking advantage of the College’s historical commitment to experiential learning and faculty members who bring relevant, real-world experience to the classroom, Keuka College’s program provides the “practical, career-centered advising and experiences” that a recent national report on education in the arts recommends. These include a first-year introduction to the principles and practices of building a professional portfolio; a stand-alone, upper-level seminar focused on “Art in the World;” and a series of concentrations within the major that provide a variety of career pathways. Art and Design majors may follow one of two paths. A stand-alone core-major program in Art and Design consisting of 51 credits, or an Art and Design major within any of the areas of concentration listed below, consisting of 63 credits. Art & Design Core Requirements Course Number/Name Credits *ART 101 Foundations of Art and Design 3 *ART 201 History of Art I [renamed] 3 *ART 202 History of Art II 3 ART 205 Visual Design 3 ART 215 Drawing I 3 ART 225 Painting I 3 ART/COM/CMP 305 Design in a Digital World 3 ART 385 Aesthetic Theory & Practice [renamed} 3 ART 387 Seminar: Professional Practice in Art&Design 3 ART 445 Senior Project in Art and Design 3 Choose one 3 ART 281 Digital Photography ART 282 Photography-Darkroom Choose one 3 ART 240 Mixed Media ART 245 Printmaking I ART 250 Graphic Design ART 288 Visiting Artist: 2-D Choose one 3 ART 235 Ceramics I ART 255 Sculpture I ART 289 Visiting Artist: 3-D Choose two, at least one of which must be a 300-level studio course included among the following: ART 315, ART 321, ART 325, ART 335, ART 345, or ART 355) 6 ART 315 Drawing II ART 321 Advanced Studio ART 325 Painting II ART 335 Ceramics II ART 345 Printmaking II ART 355 Sculpture II ART/COM/CMP 330 Digital Illustration (currently CMP265) ART/COM/CMP 340 Web-Based Design (currently CMP 335 Web Page Design) COM 350 Digital Publishing ART 388 Visiting Artist: Advanced Workshop TOTAL CORE ART & DESIGN MAJOR REQUIREMENTS 45.0* (*includes 3.0 credits for ART 101, which also fufill General Education req’ments) FIELD PERIOD REQUIREMENTS IN MAJOR 6 ART 294 Intermediate Field Period in Art & Design ART 394 Advanced Field Period in Art & Design TOTAL CREDITS-CORE MAJOR 51 [-]

Bachelor Digital Media Major

Marist College - School of Communication and the arts
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Poughkeepsie

The BS in Digital Media is designed to allow students the opportunity to explore, in depth, the new exciting field of Digital Media under the guidance of recognized working artists, designers, and educators. [+]

The BS in Digital Media is designed to allow students the opportunity to explore, in depth, the new exciting field of Digital Media under the guidance of recognized working artists, designers, and educators. It combines courses in digital media with a balanced curriculum of art studio, art history and liberal arts. The degree is flexible and can be tailored to students' interests. Students can choose to enhance their studies with courses in Communication, Information Technology, or professional internships. The Digital Media student will gain broad-based training in a wide range of new media using powerful software and equipment, as well as an understanding of Digital Media concepts, history and heritage in the traditional media. The Digital Media Studio houses two computer labs. All computers are iMacs with 27" monitors, 16 gigs of RAM, DVD-RW drives, and work station level video cards. Every computer is loaded with the latest versions of industry-standard software including the Adobe CC Master suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, Flash Professional, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro), Autodesk Maya for 3D modeling and animation and Corel Painter for digital painting. Every computing station is also equipped with its own high quality Epson flatbed scanner for both transparency and reflective scanning and a Wacom digitizing tablet. In addition, there is a special scanning and printing area, with a dedicated 35mm film scanner and 11 x 17" flatbed scanner for oversize work. The networked printers include a color laser printer capable of printing up to 11 x 17" duplex in full color and a black and white 1200 dpi laser printer. A state of the art large format Epson printer is also available for printing large images up to 24" wide. Students have access to the digital labs seven days a week, during regular Steel Plant Art Studios hours. Even when a digital media class is taking place in one lab, the other is always available for students to work on projects. All computers are networked together so your files are available to you wherever and whenever you choose to work. High speed internet is always available in the Steel Plant, both as a wired and wireless option. Digital Media Careers Careers in digital media are considered to be among the fastest growing areas of employment. A degree in digital media also provides an excellent foundation for graduate studies. The strength of the degree lies in its flexibility in the contemporary job market. What kind of jobs? Advertising design Animation: 2D and 3D Book design Computer game images and animation Corporate designs for logos, trademarks, stationery, annual reports, newsletters Design of promotional/marketing materials (ex. posters) Digital art Educational media design Graphic design Interactive media design Illustration Magazine design Museum exhibitions, publications, and signage Newspaper design Packaging and label design Studio photography University or college teaching Web-page design Where? Advertising agencies Animation firms Book and magazine publishing companies Corporate art and graphic design departments Electronic media companies Film and television companies Independent contracting and consulting Graphic design firms Game design firms Newspapers Government departments and agencies Hospitals Museums and other public institutions Universities or colleges Foundations Public television Any nonprofit organization [-]

Bachelor in Direct and Interactive Design

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

If you’ve bought anything from the J. Crew catalogue or on Amazon.com, received a college brochure in the mail, or signed an online petition for a political candidate, you’ve seen direct/interactive marketing in action. Like other marketers [+]

Bachelor in Direct and Interactive Design

If you’ve bought anything from the J. Crew catalogue or on Amazon.com, received a college brochure in the mail, or signed an online petition for a political candidate, you’ve seen direct/interactive marketing in action. Like other marketers, direct marketers do research, identify customers, select the media (TV, direct mail, internet), and create a campaign. But rather than guess whether the message worked, they track the consumer’s response. How many people (and of what age, ethnic group, income level) called the number in the catalogue, clicked the button on the website, or went to the store for their “gift with purchase”? Because direct marketers can measure the results, they can make the next campaign even better. Direct marketing (DM) is about selling not only products, but ideas. Many organizations, like political campaigns and social advocacy groups, are using it to raise awareness of—and funds for—their cause. Many industries and companies, including luxury brands, like its targeted approach and lower cost, making Direct and Interactive Marketing a growth field. In this program, you’ll learn to craft campaigns that produce results. You’ll study internet marketing, media planning, and direct marketing communications, and get hands-on experience that includes developing multifaceted campaigns for actual products. A faculty of working professionals brings current expertise to the classroom, and connects you to this dynamic industry.... [-]


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.... [-]


Bachelor in Interior Design

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

Interior design is more than just arranging furniture. It has evolved into a multifaceted profession dealing with complete environments that not only please but enhance the health and safety of the user. Like other interior design programs, we encourage creative vision [+]

Bachelor in Interior design

Interior design is more than just arranging furniture. It has evolved into a multifaceted profession dealing with complete environments that not only please but enhance the health and safety of the user. Like other interior design programs, we encourage creative vision and develop your design skills—but creativity alone won’t make you a successful working interior designer. At FIT, we emphasize the practical skills you need to get your project done. By the time you graduate, you’ll be able to envision great spaces—and know how to build them, too.

FIT’s Interior Design program has been preparing students for success for more than 50 years. This rigorous, multidisciplinary program combines the academic study of the history and theory of interior design with practical, hands-on projects. You’ll collaborate with leading practitioners in New York City, the design capital of the world. In classes taught by industry professionals, you’ll learn drafting techniques, computer modeling, lighting, and materials and methods, with an emphasis on sustainability and user health and safety.... [-]


Bachelor in Packaging Design

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

What made you pick that product off the shelf? It was probably the packaging design—the color, form, graphics, and typography—that made the difference. Packaging design makes brands tangible to consumers, making an emotional connection and influencing the [+]

Bachelor in Packaging Design

What made you pick that product off the shelf? It was probably the packaging design—the color, form, graphics, and typography—that made the difference. Packaging design makes brands tangible to consumers, making an emotional connection and influencing the decision to engage. In this intensive program, you’ll master the link between marketing strategy and design. You’ll create innovative packaging for every kind of product from food and beverage to beauty and personal care to toys and home products. Guided by our faculty of professional designers, you’ll work individually and in teams to hone your skills and develop expertise.... [-]