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The design minor begins with a foundation in basic design. Further study is in design-specific software currently used in the design profession. It culminates with an advanced course, Typography and Production, that pulls together all of the technical and aesthetic skills that have been taught in previous requirements.
Our state-of-the-art computer facilities meet the demands of changing technology. We have a Macintosh computer lab dedicated solely to courses in the major; software and hardware are continuously updated. In addition, students are able to print their work on an Epson wide-format printer that prints up to 24." This allows for students to produce printed work on a professional level.
The design minor gives an added perspective to majors in information technology and communication.
|SA 1770||Design Fundamentals||3|
|GD 2770||Design Fundamentals II||3|
|GD 1600||Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop Basics||3|
|GD 2769||Desktop Publishing: Adobe InDesign||3|
|GD 3775||Design and Production||3|
The Curry College Department of Fine and Applied Arts is pleased to present, "Here & Back," the first official Curry alumni art and design exhibit. This exhibit will be on display in the Shelley Hoon Keith Quiet Study Lounge in the Student Center through December 9.
"During my four years as a graphic design major at Curry, I built up quite a portfolio. I put a lot of time and effort into it and I think it really paid off." - Tyler Collins '14, Jr. Graphic Designer at Gupta Media
Realizing early on he wanted to focus on his education in a major that combined his computer skills with his artistic abilities, Craig Dudley '12 found an excellent fit in the graphic design program at Curry College. He now works as a front end web developer for Boston Logic Technology Partners.
The Curry Arts Journal enlivens artistic expression at Curry in publishing an appealing, professional edition of student writing and artwork each year and in sponsoring workshops, readings, and coffeehouses that celebrate student voices each semester.