Creative Communication Design

“OVERVIEW”

An international design curriculum for the next generation that integrates art and design practices, creative vision, and interaction technologies. Students gain professional practice through real case studies in graphic design and digital imagery design while applying marketing experiences into creative businesses. The program inspires students to become resourceful designers engaged in visual communication through real-world design opportunities and entrepreneurship in response to social responsibility and contemporary culture in the digital age.


Creative Communication Design

 

21st Century Design | Professional Collaboration | Creative Spirit

The program aims to develop the ability to articulate a creative vision and communicate ideas visually by exploring the relationship between design, business, society, technology, and culture. Students with a communication design degree will be creative and highly adaptable practitioners in the ever-changing field of design.

Creative Communication Design department offers two major concentrations:

1. Digital Imagery – explores the art of moving images and focuses on the technological tools and creative skills required in the fields of film, animation, and game design

2. Graphic Design – focuses on a commercial art practice to create compelling graphic identities and multi-dimensional branded experiences CCD supports the creative process and professional development through real-world design opportunities and entrepreneurship in response to social responsibility and contemporary culture in the digital age. Graduates of the program will leave Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts prepared to forge careers in the creative design space.



1st Semester

87,700

 


Degree Name

Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts (B.F.A.)

Faculty

Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts

Department

Department of Creative Communication Design




Full Program

3.5 Years

660,000


 

Activities

Students Activities