Graphic Communications is the study of technology and management practices needed to produce the imaged products that are used in all aspects of our lives. Those products include product packages, magazines, books, and newspapers (both print and mobile/tablet versions), mail advertisements, store displays and signs, printed electronics, and websites.
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, review the Illinois State University Catalog. The following information is for students in the 2017-2018 catalog.
Students must choose one of the following concentrations.