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The BFA degree, building on the solid foundation in visual expression of the first two years, develops students' abilities to frame, research and solve increasingly complex visual communication problems. Students develop a professional portfolio that represents their talents and prepares them for employment upon graduation as art directors, graphic designers, illustrators and web designers.
The AAS degree program in Communication Design provides students with a solid foundation in the theory and current practices of the Communication Design profession and a grounding in general education. Students explore visual expression through a range of courses in figure drawing, design and color, typography, photography and web design. The program prepares students to continue on to upper-level course work and specialization in the design field.
The following degree programs are not accepting new students.
This program is designed for students seeking a career in the New York area’s multi-billion dollar communications industry which includes advertising, publishing, corporate communications, design studios, out-of-home graphics, printing and packaging.
The bachelor of technology (BTech) degree is for students who are motivated toward a career in management within the communication fields: advertising, publishing, motion graphics, broadcast and web design.