// Room 216, 217, & 219
The B.F.A. in Industrial Design program provides a comprehensive applied learning environment that prepares its graduates for a successful career in the field of contemporary product design. Industrial designers create and develop concepts that optimize the function, value and appearance of products and systems for the mutual benefit of both user and manufacturer.
// Room 220
The B.F.A. in Interior Design provides a learning environment that fosters creativity and collaboration between art, design and technology. The program equips graduates with the knowledge and skills required for successful careers in interior design. This studio-based program allows students to work on a range of project types from small-scale residential to large commercial spaces.
// Room 101, 117, 120, 302, Furlong Gallery
The B.F.A. in Studio Art prepares graduates for careers as professional studio artists, and provides the skills and flexibility to succeed and adapt to the rapidly changing nature of the arts profession and related industries.
// Room 210 & Micheels Atrium
The B.F.A. in Entertainment Design is a comprehensive program that combines breadth and depth, art and technology, and a strong foundation for the future of storytelling. Students major in one of three concentrations: Digital Cinema, Comics and Sequential Art, or Animation.
GAME DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
// Room 226 & 234
The B.F.A. in Game Design and Development is an award-winning program, centered on teamwork and innovation in game art and design. In this program, students collaborate with the B.S. in Game Design-Computer Science to gain a strong understanding of the game design process and pipeline.
GRAPHIC DESIGN AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA
// Room 116 & 209
The B.F.A. in Graphic Design and Interactive Media program combines traditional practices, emerging ideas, and contemporary technology to develop tomorrow’s visual and interactive communicators. Students explore the relationships between content, message, and audience while creating identity systems, printed materials, websites, and applications. Take a look at Undoing Design, an online portfolio.