The Interactive Media & Graphic Design program prepares graphic design graduates for professions in the field of visual communications and digital media design through the critical and creative exploration of emerging forms of visual and graphic arts, typographies, interaction design, virtual environments, and information spaces.
- Interactive Media & Graphic Design Program Length: 4 Years
- On-Campus Program
- Program Outline
- Program Learning Outcomes
An Interactive Media & Graphic Design student in this four-year degree program will be prepared for success, whether working in advertising agencies, a design studio, or in some of the other following careers:
- Graphic Designer
- Art Director
- Creative Director
- Multimedia Artist & Animator
- Commercial & Industrial Designer
- Marketing Manager
- Packaging Designer
- Web Designer
The Minor in Graphic Design & Interactive Media is open to all students of the undergraduate program (other than students pursuing a graphic design & interactive media bachelor’s degree) interested in deepening their technical skill and knowledge of visual communication and graphic design, brand identity and strategies, and digital and interactive designs with hands-on professional practice alongside our design faculty. Learn more about earning a Minor in Graphic Design & Interactive Media.
The Certificate in Creative Advertising provides NewSchool students pursuing an Interactive Media and Graphic Design degree the ability to augment their current major course of study with creative advertising courses specializing in ideation, creative strategy, creative direction, art direction, and copywriting. The certificate provides official recognition of their additional specialized learning. This certificate is also available externally to those who are not currently students at NewSchool but would like to learn creative advertising, interactive design and earn official recognition for doing so from a graphic design school. Learn more about earning a Certificate in Creative Advertising.
*This program was previously known as the Bachelor of Science in Media Design degree.