The Graphic Design program at Boston University takes a studio-driven approach to design thinking and visual communication. With an emphasis on process and critical design thinking, the program sets itself apart as a maker-based design department set within an art school. The design faculty are leaders in the field who work closely with students to develop their technical and conceptual skills, challenging them to think creatively and strategically, and placing them at the forefront of entrepreneurial thinking in the business world.
One of the Best Academic Design Spaces in the Nation
The introduction of new facilities in the Graphic Design program includes new graduate student studios, two spacious open communal studios, two classrooms with LCD projectors and critique walls, the latest printing facilities, and a new seminar room.
Certificate in Graphic Design
The Certificate in Graphic Design program is ideal for students with bachelor’s degrees who have limited backgrounds in graphic design. This full-time, one year intensive training program is ideal for those who are entering the graphic design field for the first time. For more information on how to apply, visit here.
- Kristen Coogan | Associate Professor of Art
- Ozge Diler-Himes | Lecturer in Art
- Christopher Field | Lecturer in Art
- Tatiana Gomez Gaggero | Lecturer in Art
- James Grady | Assistant Professor of Art
- Daniel Harding | Lecturer in Art
- Kristen Mallia | Lecturer in Art
- Daria Nikolaeva | Lecturer in Art
- Yael Ort-Dinoor | Lecturer in Art
- Alston Purvis | Professor Emeritus of Art
- Nicholas Rock | Assistant Professor of Art
- Jessie Rubinstein | Lecturer in Art
- Mazen Sakr | Lecturer in Art
- Mary Yang | Assistant Professor of Art