Graphic Design

Graphic Design

As a graphic design major at Meredith, you’ll learn how to design effective logos, posters, magazines, websites, brochures, book jackets, product packaging, and advertising campaigns. You’ll become adept at solving consumer-centered communication problems, develop a clear understanding of the collaborative dialogue between client, designer, and audience, and prepare yourself for a rewarding, creative career as a graphic design professional. 

Graphic design combines a background in traditional art concepts with computer design and typography skills. Students gain the skills and knowledge necessary for practice in the graphic design field. Students are exposed to evolving technologies and contemporary developments in graphic and web design. Internships are strongly encouraged as a vital component of the graphic design education process.

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Are you interested in art? Take a tour of Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center, the home of visual arts at Meredith College. Our art students benefit from a rigorous but supportive environment led by faculty who are award-winning, professional artists.

Paula Pope-Jones

Paula Pope-Jones completed her degree at Meredith and found the supportive environment she was looking for.

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Grad school scholarship winner Nora Butkovich says Meredith prepared her for the next step toward her art career.

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Contact Information
Beth Mulvaney
Head, Art Department
107-2 Gaddy-Hamrick
(919) 760-8332
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