The senior project is a capstone class for Graphic Design majors which integrates the accumulated skills and knowledge obtained and cultivated previously in the curriculum. By developing a unique semester-long project, students have the opportunity to engage present and future professional interests. Student projects are self-initiated, self-defined, and self-directed. The scale of proposed project (scope and reach) and its final articulation (context, content, and form) are to be developed and executed through consultation with the instructor. All Graphic Design majors should register for this course during their senior year. Students graduating in the Spring should take the course in the semester that they graduate. Students who graduate in the Fall should take the course the semester before they graduate. Studio fee assessed. Prerequisites: Graphic Design major and Senior Status. Note: Honors Graphic Design majors should register for ART 498.