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|COMM 213 - DESIGN THEORY AND CRITICISM|
This course explores the scope of visual communication through the lens of history, theory and criticism. Students examine technological innovations and zeitgeists that continue to affect the practice of graphic design. Based on topics and themes covered in weekly lectures, students engage in activities that include group discussion, creation of visual projects and writings that demonstrate their understanding of visual theory and history. This course is Writing Intensive (WI) and will include two ten-page research papers. Additional course work includes quizzes, exams, and discussions. Emphasis will be placed on work from the last 100 years, including contemporary design.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid, Lab, Lecture, Online Course