ACADEMICS

Graphic Design

Graphic Design

 

Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design

The Bachelor of Arts degree program in Graphic Design is designed to provide talented men and women with a biblical education that explores the connections between Christian mission combined with art + design to prepare them as ministry practitioners.

UNDERGRADUATE

Curriculum Undergraduate students working towards their BA in Graphic Design will be required to complete a minimum of 180 quarter units.

Course Listings

AR100 Introduction to Drawing
AH100 Art History (Iconography 13th - 14th Century)
AR110 Color and Design
GD120 Usability
GD220 History of Graphic Design
GD200 Typography 1
GD210 Graphic Design 1
GD230 Digital Imaging
GD330 Typography2
GD311 Graphic Design 2
GD320 Web Design
GD340 Interactive Design
GD400 Identity
GD410 Print

Designated Electives

Electives include: Introduction to Arts

 

Master of Arts in Graphic Arts

Olivet College of Art & Design's Master of Arts in Graphic Arts is degree designed to develop artists and ministry leaders in who will meet the needs of professional and effective graphic design services for ministry around the world. This program prepares students as future artists for positions as lead designers, art directors, academia, and visual communicators for 21st century world mission. Students will engage in practical and analysis-based education in the visual arts, gaining exposure to professional examples and industry standards.

GRADUATE

Curriculum Graduate students working towards their MA in Graphic Arts will be required to complete a minimum of 72 units. Students must earn a total of 72 quarter hours with an overall cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0 in order to receive their degree. Of the 72 units, students are required to take 8 quarter hours of biblical studies, 40 quarter hours of professional studies, 12 quarter hours of thesis project, and 12 quarter hours of ministry practicum.

Course Listings

GA500 History of Graphic Design
GA510 Making Idea Visible
GA600 Advanced Typography
GA610 Advanced Usability
GA620 Advanced Digital Imaging
GA630 Web Technology
GA700 Interactive Info Graphics
GA710 Advanced Interactive Design
GA720 Publication Design
GA730 Advanced Identity
GA780 Thesis Preparation
GA790 Thesis Production

BIBL501 Old Testament I
BIBL511 New Testament
GA500 History of Graphic Design
GA510 Making Idea Visible
GA600 Advanced Typography I
GA610 Advanced Usability
GA620 Advanced Digital Imaging
GA630 Web Technology
GA700 Digital Design Studio
GA710 Advanced Typography II
GA720 Publication Design
GA730 Advanced Identity
GA750, 760 Thesis Preparation I-II
GA770 Thesis Production
MPG500, 550, 600 Ministry Practicum I, II, III
CS500 Christian Service
CH000 Chapel

STUDENT WORK

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