Graphic Design (RAE)

Graphic Designers are becoming increasingly needed in all industries for their impact on advertising and the media. Students who study this discipline or concentration will develop their artistic and creative abilities in tandem with their technical skills and proficiency in a wide number of design programs. Students often have natural artistic talent, advanced computer skills, and an interest in interacting with people in a business setting.

For more information about this major, please visit the following links from the FAU University Catalog.

Related Discipline or Concentration Skills

Basic reading, writing and editing skills
Interpretive skills
Work ethic
Work in teams and small groups
Work with deadlines
Appreciation of aesthetics
Attention to detail
Critical analysis
Editing with others
Explaining processes, plans and concepts
Planning and managing skills
Work independently

Sample Work Settings

Advertising Agencies
Art Galleries
Arts Foundations
Auction Galleries
Computer Graphics Firms
Department Stores
Design Studios
Educational Institutions
Fashion Houses
Film Distributors
Film Production Companies
Greeting Card Companies
Interior Design Department/Firms
Magazines, Books, Newspapers
Motion Picture Companies
Parks and Recreation Centers
Photography/Design Studios
Product Placement Companies
Special Effects Companies
Studio Facilities
Television & Film Settings
Television Stations
Video and Web Production Companies

 Last Modified 10/21/21