Art and Humanities

Graphic Design Major Gaming Concentration

Game Design Concentration: 21 additional credits

Program Outcomes:

In keeping with the mission and the purposes of Notre Dame College, the Graphic Design program offers students a liberal education that enables them to think critically, observe analytically and form interpretations in dealing with issues of visual communication and the culture and purposes that it serves. The course content provides students with the tools to develop professional visual communication

Adolescent to Young Adult License (Gr. 7 - 12) And Major in Integrated Social Studies

51 Credits

Requirements:

EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
HI 110 Western Cultures from 1500
HI 200 Major Themes in American History
HI 450 Senior Research Seminar
PO 111 American Government and Politics
PO 210 State and Local Government and Politics
PO 311 Comparative Politics

 

Geography:

GO 200 World Geography

 

American History:

Choose two from the following:

Public Relations Minor

18 Credits
Core Requirements (12 credits):

CA 201 Interpersonal Communication
CA 220 Newswriting
CA 250 Mass Communication
CA 374 Presentation Techniques


Two of the Following (six credits):
CA 313 Event/Play Production Apprenticeship
CA 323 Media Writing
CA 324 Advanced Media Writing
CA 380 Organizational Communication/
PR Case Studies
CA 410 Public Relations Practicum

Graphic Design Major with a Concentration in Public Relations

60 Credits

Rationale:

The Graphic Design Major often finds employment within Public Relations firms and often works closely with Public Relations in general. Graphic Designers who have specific interests in developing their experience and overall Public Relations focus within the Graphic Design discipline would be able to better take advantage of the Business Administration and Communication resources available here at Notre Dame College. Graphic Design Program Outcomes: please refer to the Graphic Design Major.

Graphic Design Major with a Concentration in Marketing

60 Credits

Rationale:

Graphic Design is the vehicle by which business communicates visually. The graphic designer is often working closely with marketing to develop and implement branding strategies, communications, market development and presence and many other related business activities. A graphic designer who is familiar with marketing from a marketing point-of-view is better equipped to understand the role of graphic design as a vital component in the world of business.

Graphic Design Major with a Concentration in Studio Art

60 Credits

Rationale:

In addition to functioning as visual communication, the graphic arts also include the highest form of visual self expression. Many designers are known for their personal contributions in the field of design. Many designers think of themselves first as artists which is more inclusive of a broad range of visual endeavors. The creative life of a designer is essential and finds its muse in related artistic pursuits and supports the creative range of any designer called on to provide creative services.

Studio Art Major with Pre-Professional Emphasis in Psychology (Art Therapy)

60 Credits: 48 credits in studio art and

12 credits in psychology

Program Outcomes:

This program will prepare students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in art therapy and counseling.

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