School of Design

Harnessing technical know-how to the human imagination in the service of societal change, Design at the University of the Arts prepares you to make your mark.

Programs in the School of Design challenge students to re-envision the world around them — to make it smarter, more useful, more sustainable, more beautiful. With a solid foundation in contemporary professional practices and the history of design, students collaborate, innovate and experiment. They take risks to create new solutions ranging from a mobile web application to a perfect chair, from an advertising campaign to a more efficient workflow in a factory.

Design matters and in the School of Design, you'll discover why it does in a thousand surprising ways.

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Advertising Design

Launching in fall 2014, the program will equip you with the conceptual, communication, and traditional and digital design skills you need.

Madama Butterfly by Andy Rementer '04 (GD)

Graphic Design

For more than 40 years, the Graphic Design program at UArts has been recognized as one of the nation's top design programs.

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Industrial Design

The bachelor's degree in Industrial Design (ID) helps students develop creative problem-solving skills.

Web Design & Interactive Design

Web Development & Interaction Design

This major is for students who want to be catalysts for social change by shaping the behaviors and activities of people in their everyday lives.

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CAMD College-Wide Programs

Choose from Design, Art & Technology; Film Design & Production; Illustration, Photo + Film Media; and the 5-Year BFA/MAT program.

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CAMD Core Studies

Students in the College of Art, Media & Design meet in Core Studies studio courses to create, explore and experiment.

Charlette Hove BFA '12 ( Multidisciplinary Fine Arts)

University Common Curriculum

Emphasizes interdisciplinary thinking and collaborative processes as a cross-university curriculum for all undergrads.