AG4390 - Graphic Design VI
Allows students to begin the execution stage of the rough layouts that were completed in Fall semester of ideas considered for their individual final projects. These projects are developed and finished over a 10 week period, allowing 4 weeks for the students to mount artwork and prepare for their final Senior Show. Students are expected to meet in assigned teams to make both thematic and aesthetic decisions concerning the presentation of the show to the public. A senior “show coordinator” is elected by the students to be the contact person working between the students and faculty members. The Senior Show is visible evidence and a culmination of all coursework and projects that have been completed by the students in their educational experience in the Graphic Design program. Additional course fee required. Springs. Prerequisite(s): AG 4380 and application to and acceptance by the BFA Committee.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.