Learn more about the Graphic Design program.
The goal of the program is to provide students with a mastery of the creative process and the tools necessary to produce an advanced portfolio which will include print, web and time-based media. The investigation of visual culture theory and the history of graphic design introduce students to the historical and critical perspective of the profession, providing a solid background from which to begin their own design journey.
Near the end of the program, students will take the required Portfolio and Senior Exhibition courses and prepare a resume and other materials for employment, exhibit opportunities and graduate school. Finally, the program culminates in an internship, a gallery show and portfolio presentation teaching students the practical skills needed to enter the professional field of graphic design with confidence.
Meet the Graphic Design faculty members.
Associate Professor of Artrconlon@sienaheights.edu517-264-7864 Assistant Professor of Artezerbe@sienaheights.edu517-264-7861
Learn about the career opportunities you can have with a degree in Graphic Design.
Employment opportunities for Graphic Design graduates are found in virtually all types of business. Some examples are:
- Automobile Industry
- Broadcast Media
- Document Management
- Healthcare Industry
- Loan Industry
- Print and Digital Media
- Printing and Publishing
Graduates who decide to go on to graduate school for further study are being admitted to top-ranked schools, including:
- Alfred University
- University of Michigan
- Cranbrook Academy of Art
- School of the Art Institute of Chicago
- University of Arizona
- Syracuse University
- Massachusetts College of Art and Design
- Savannah College of Art and Design
- Bowling Green State University
Arts Scholarship Days
Siena Heights University will conduct Arts Scholarship Days for the 2014-15 academic year on the following dates:
- Nov. 14, 2014
- Dec. 5, 2014
- Jan. 16, 2015
- Feb. 13, 2015
High school seniors and transfer students who would like to major in music, art or theater or perform in the choir, band, marching band, orchestra or jazz band can schedule an audition or portfolio review and campus visit during Arts Scholarship Days @ Siena. Scholarships will be awarded to qualifying students. In addition to their audition or portfolio review, students may have the opportunity to meet with current scholarship recipients over lunch, have an individual meeting with Admissions Counselor and enjoy a campus tour.
Art Portfolio Reviews begin @ 10:30 a.m.
Theater & Musical Theater Auditions begin @ 11 a.m.
Vocal Musical Auditions begin @ 11 a.m.
Instrumental Music Auditions begin @ 10 a.m.
Pre-registration is required. Please register by filling out the online form to request a date or contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com or 517-264-7181 for more information.
For a detailed list of things to prepare for before your audition/portfolio review, please click on the icon below:
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