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Requirements

The graphic design major provides a strong background for students who wish to enter the fields of advertising, illustration, other commercially-oriented areas, or graduate school.

Graphic Design Major53-56 units
Core Courses43-46 units
ART 120
Introduction to Computer Graphics
3
ART 130
Two-dimensional Design
3
ART 135
Three-dimensional Design
3
ART 145
Drawing I
3
ART 221
Production for Print Design
3
ART 250
Photography I
3
ART 281
Graphic Design I
3
ART 356
History of Modern Art**
3
ART 358
History of Graphic Design and Illustration
3
ART 382
Webpage Design I
3
ART 383
Graphic Design II
3
ART 385
Graphic Design III
3
ART 450
Portfolio
2–3
ART 475
Art Internship
1–4
ART 481
Graphic Design IV
3
Breadth Classes10 units
Design Application
ART 114
Student Publications – Yearbook
1
ART 210
Printmaking: Relief
3
ART 211
Printmaking: Serigraph
3
ART 384
Webpage Design II
3
ART 386
Multimedia I
3
ART 415
Student Publications – Yearbook
1
ART 430
Applied Design
1–4
ART 446
Graphic Design Processes
1–3
ART 495
Special Topics in Art
3
BUSI 360
Principles of Marketing
3
COMM 200
Introduction to Mass Communication
3
MKTG 361
Marketing Communication (BUSI 360 prerequisite)
3
MKTG 362
Consumer Behavior
3
Illustration
ART 146
Painting I
3
ART 330
Figure Drawing and Painting
3
ART 340
Drawing and Painting II
3
ART 350
Illustration
3
ART 390
Three-dimensional Animation I
3
Photography
ART 260
Photography II
3
ART 320
Digital Imaging
3
ART 360
Photography III
3
ART 460
Photography IV
3
ART 465
Photographic Processes
6
ART 495
Special Topics in Art
3
Art History
ART 354
Ancient Art History*
3
ART 357
Contemporary Art Trends*
3
ART 359
Women in Art
3
ART 361
Early Christian and Medieval Art*
3
ART 362
Renaissance to Rococo Art*
3
HUM 223
Humanities Seminar III: Aesthetics*/^
3–4
HUM 323
Humanities Seminar III: Aesthetics*/^
3–4

*Meets a General Education core requirement.
^HUM 223 and HUM 323 are offered for 3 units on the Azusa campus, and 4 units at the High Sierra Semester.
^^Upper-division Writing Intensive course.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.