Robert Morris College Illinois

Art & Design

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree - Graphic Design
The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Graphic Design teaches a combination of classical art skills, technical knowledge and theory to prepare students for careers in the graphic design industry in a variety of positions in both print and online media. Coursework topics include drawing, painting, color, composition, typography, digital photography, interface design, 3-D modeling, animation and more. An internship is included in the program for students to gain relevant real-world experience.

Associate of Applied Science Degree - Graphic Arts
The Associate of Applied Science Degree - Graphic Arts combines fine art, technology and theory to provide a strong foundation for a career in graphic design. Courses focus on manipulating graphics, working with text, and using visual elements for effective communication.

Associate in Applied Science Degree - Interior Space Planning & Design
The Associate in Applied Science Degree - Interior Space Planning & Design teaches the use of color, lighting, furnishing and design to create aesthetically pleasing and functional interior environments. Students learn the fundamentals of design theory and apply them to a portfolio of work designed to help gain employment in the interior design field.

Associate in Applied Science Degree - CAD/Drafting (Architectural/Mechanical)
The Associate in Applied Science Degree - CAD/Drafting (Architectural/Mechanical) provides a strong foundation in the concepts and skills required for computer-assisted drafting and design, as well as training in manual drafting, blueprints, and model building. Career opportunities for graduates of the CAD program include architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, interior design and other fields that need precise visual and spatial modeling. Students can earn a bachelor's degree to expand their skills in design-related areas including professional practices and business skills for the design field.

Bachelor of Professional Studies
Architectural Technology
Bachelor of Professional Studies with a concentration in Architectural Technology, will allow you to form an essential link from conceptual design all the way through to construction. Architectural Technologists use a combination of professional expertise, interpersonal skills, design ability and knowledge of computer applications to communicate complex technical information.

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