ODU's Graphic Design students develop critical thinking and their technical skill and abilities by exploring the graphic design process and problem-solving methodologies. This development gives graduates an edge when pursuing careers in art, design and other creative fields.
- Major and minor available in Graphic Design.
- 24-hour access to a dedicated art and design computer lab, and multiple venues for open studio space.
- ODU's Wehrle Art Gallery functions as a lab for the program. Students curate, design and install exhibitions as well as exhibit their own work.
- Annual Senior Exhibition allows art and design seniors to select, research, produce and exhibit an extensive professional design project.
Degrees & Courses
Read the degree requirements and course descriptions for the major and minor, plus view a sample 4-year plan.
Outcomes & Careers
Careers include graphic artist, illustrator, art director, visual designer, creative director, photo editor and more.
Get to know ODU faculty members, view current news and events, and more.
AIGA, a professional organization for design, encourages students to get involved
in the local design community, create a community of their own and help them build
leadership skills that will be valuable as they move into the professional world.
For more information, visit www.aiga.com
Ohio Dominican is just minutes from downtown Columbus, where students have the opportunity
to participate in one or more internships with a variety of companies and organizations.
Students can also find on-campus internships in University departments.
These hand-on experiences help graduates land jobs in writing, editing, public relations, marketing and communications positions in Central Ohio and beyond.
Ohio Dominican's faculty and Career Development Center are eager to help interested students secure relevant internship experiences.