Mass Communication Design
Student in the Mass Communication Design program gain a solid background in communication design theory, visual design practices, digital photography and critical writing skills. The curriculum is designed to enhance a student's ability to think critically about all media forms, to be able to design media solutions, and to work with media development applications.
Once students complete the core curriculum, they learn and practice the concepts of visual message design and apply it to real world projects involving computer graphics, digital photography and audio, web design, rich media design, television, and other emerging telecommunication forms. In addition, students are provided courses that enhance their understanding of project management and media law.
See our Links page to access option details in the University Catalog and the 4-Year Academic Plan (MAP) for Mass Communication Design majors.