A Lakeland University Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in graphic design is designed for students who have completed an associate degree* in an approved technical field and who wish to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree program.
Lakeland’s flexibility makes it easy. After you graduate from the graphic design program at an area technical college, you can earn your graphic design bachelor’s degree at Lakeland in as little as 18-months – while completing coursework at one of Lakeland’s centers, online and at your area technical college graphics lab.
Students who pursue a degree in graphic design will become effective visual communicators while their creativity flows and flourishes.
In addition to encouraging artistic creativity, the graphic design program at Lakeland is commercially-focused, meaning students hone skills that professional graphic designers use on a daily basis. Students learn to understand client goals and target audiences, and then create effective design solutions.
Students who graduate with a degree in graphic design are well rounded in all areas of graphic design, and are prepared to pursue successful careers in a variety of industries, including:
- Printing and publishing
- Digital media
- Interactive media
* Students will need to have completed their associate degree from NWTC or MATC (Milwaukee).