At Roosevelt, our graphic design classes will provide the skills needed to create visual concepts and to communicate ideas by using cutting-edge software to prepare you for the industry’s competitive environment. Web, video, print, photography and digital animation are all covered through our graphic arts courses. Students will be equipped with the knowledge necessary for effective visual presentation of verbal, photographic and graphic information. Those in Roosevelt's graphic design programs will also learn to communicate visually and verbally by using an aesthetic perspective, which is developed through the study of design history and theory.
Roosevelt's graphic arts courses will give you the professional experience to be prepared to address the varying demands in the industry today. The graphic design programs emphasize the experiential nature of design through project-based learning and internship experiences with cultural institutions, businesses and even other colleges. Students also have the opportunity to showcase artwork in one of the state’s largest downtown art galleries.
Conveniently located in downtown Chicago, Roosevelt’s main campus is centered in the heart of the city. Completion of this program prepares students for entry-level positions as a Graphic Designer, Digital Production Artists, Director of Photography, Web Designer, UI-UX Designer, Videographer or an Entrepreneur.
The BA in Graphic Design offers students a broad-based general education combined with an extensive design education that qualifies graduates to work across multiple media and disciplines. Through the integration of project simulations, internships and client-based experiences, students gain skills in Roosevelt's graphic design courses that are current with industry demand. Students complete the program with a professional grade portfolio that highlights the best examples of their work.