Create and manage digital media content, including photographic, illustration, video, and animation.
Develop production-ready graphic layouts for both digital media and print products like publications, packages, labels, and signage.
Participate productively in a range of graphic production processes, including printing (litho, flexo, digital), ePublishing, and website development.
Employ a technology management skill set, including project management, quality control, cost estimating, and industry-specific business practices.
Learn independently within the context of the graphic communications discipline.
Solve problems within the context of the graphic communications discipline.
The Graphic Communications major requires students to complete 78 hours. These hours are divided into four sections: General Education, Graphic Communications Core, Concentration course, and Elective courses. To learn more about each course, the prerequisites and any additional degree requirements, we suggest going to the Illinois State University Undergraduate Catalog. The following information is for those students who are in the 2016-2017 catalog.