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In the GDUSA February 2017 magazine, which kicked off our 54 th year of publishing, we released our annual Students To Watch  selections. Now we’ve compiled a list of our favorite institutions that excel in preparing students to work successfully and effectively in a professional graphic design setting. The list is based on a mix of objective and subjective factors, including our own decades long relationships with designers, students, recruiters, educators. The names are alphabetical. The reach is national. The theme is timely: design education is more important than ever as the lines between studio and classroom, office and  academy, university and society, continue to blur. And as designers play an increasingly influential role in shaping commerce and culture.

Graphic design has become a field that depends heavily on computer use. Students of brick-and-mortar schools might have access to school computer labs and computers with all the design software needed for their coursework installed. Online schools will require that their students have some kind of access to the programs they need to complete their assignments. Any students who wish to have design software available on their home computers might consider buying the versions that are licensed for student use; often, student versions cost less than the professional versions.

The Art Department of SUNY Oswego offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design that include specific attention in print media, web design, and multimedia design. Students have access to state-of-the-art computer work stations in a hands-on studio environment and can opt to specialize in a number of areas such as animation, book arts and illustration, three-dimensional modeling, or videography. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts (BA) program can also choose Graphic Design as their major. The BA program gives students greater opportunities for multiple or interdisciplinary studies in different programs across the campus. The SUNY Oswego Art Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

The First Hundred Years of Printing in British North America: Printers and Collectors - This year marks the 350th anniversary of printing in what is now the United States. In the first century of that period the business of printing was in its infancy, confined to a handful of developing cities on the Atlantic seaboard and practiced by a small number of craftsmen. Even before the first century drew to a close in 1740, a historian, Thomas Prince, was attempting to collect the materials printed in the British colonies in North America.

Thesis graphic design

thesis graphic design

The First Hundred Years of Printing in British North America: Printers and Collectors - This year marks the 350th anniversary of printing in what is now the United States. In the first century of that period the business of printing was in its infancy, confined to a handful of developing cities on the Atlantic seaboard and practiced by a small number of craftsmen. Even before the first century drew to a close in 1740, a historian, Thomas Prince, was attempting to collect the materials printed in the British colonies in North America.

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