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Studying Graphic Design at Weber State

Weber State’s graphic design program trains creative students to push forward in the face of a difficult problems and challenging critiques to become professional graphic designers.

Graphic Design Highlights

Weber State’s KVAC Digital Media Lab is one of the best-equipped in the Intermountain West.

Weber State hosts an annual portfolio review event, where you can receive feedback on your portfolio of work from and network with WSU graduates who have become professional designers. Graphic design seniors also participate in the AIGA portfolio review in Salt Lake City, often returning with offers for employment or internships.

Tony D’Amico

Class of 2017

“The design program gave me the foundational skills needed to be able to communicate, conceptualize and realize any design problem being presented.”

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

Weber State’s graphic design program is built upon a solid foundation of visual fundamentals, typography and design history. 

Your studio projects will mix practical and experimental approaches to increase your self-discipline and problem-solving abilities, and you’ll master software including the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Dreamweaver).

What You CAN DO After Weber

You’ll find positions designing for forms of communication, such as:

  • Web/interactive media
  • Exhibitions
  • Brand management
  • Packaging
  • Publishing and advertising

You also may choose to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.