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BFA in Studio and Digital Arts: Graphic Design

Residential Degree in Studio & Digital Arts: Graphic Design

Request Info Apply NowLiberty’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio & Digital Arts: Graphic Design degree allows you to perfect your craft as you prepare for a career in branding, illustration, packaging design, textile design, user interface, and more.

You’ll work with professors who are producing designs for consumers and learn through practice-based courses. Real-world experience comes through internships with marketing agencies and design firms.

A student can declare the BFA at the time of admission.

With a focus in Graphic Design, you’ll learn how to:

  • Create visual imagery using digital practices
  • Use graphic design as a tool for visual communication
  • Create vector images for a variety of media
  • Enhance software mastery and concept development
  • Produce digital and interactive publications
  • Develop identity systems for corporations
  • Design and produce a fully integrated campaign
  • Prepare digitized art for electronic media and the printed page

The Studio & Digital Arts (BFA): Graphic Design degree is also offered online.

Academics: Graphic Design Cognate

Credit Hours

128 credit hours

Degree Completion Plan (DCP)

Studio & Digital Arts (BFA): Graphic Design DCP

Admission Requirements

View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements

Courses in Graphic Design

  • Digital Imaging (ARTS 342)
  • Vector Illustration (ARTS 332)
  • Interactive Publication (ARTS 380)
  • Publication Design (ARTS 340)
  • Advanced Typography (ARTS 424)

Career Opportunities in Graphic Design

  • Illustrator
  • Web Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Advertising Director
  • Graphic Arts Technician
  • Typeface Designer
  • Art Director
  • Design Director
  • Animator
  • Print Designer

Graphic Design Student Testimonial

I feel especially prepared for the job market after I graduate because I followed the advice of my professors and decided to upgrade my degree from a Bachelor of Science to a Bachelor of Fine Arts. The additional time in SADA’s BFA program equipped me with all the essentials I will need as I head out into the workforce, and it helped me to further develop my portfolio.
– Kevin Scott