Blend type, image, and form to create visual information that captivates.

 Joshua Copeland talks about his experience studying graphic design at MCAD.


Do you love visual communication? Can you spend hours playing around with Photoshop and other media tools? Do you like to make posters or tee-shirt designs?

As a Graphic Design Major You Will:

  • Develop your own voice and produce original work
  • Research, engage with, and create innovative concepts, content, and form
  • Learn to communicate ideas visually
  • Hone your technical and conceptual design skills
  • Prepare for a professional career in graphic design

Tell Me More about Graphic Design at MCAD

Student Work

Alumni Spotlight

Mike Perry

Mike Perry ’03

“I’m pretty much blown away at the opportunities that present themselves. When I was going to school, if someone would have described the path and the possibilities that I’ve experienced as a creative person, I wouldn’t have believed it.”

Faculty Spotlight

Kindra Murphy, Associate Professor

Kindra Murphy enjoys designing college catalogs, gallery publications, and educational materials geared toward young audiences. Her client list includes nonprofit and arts organizations such as Oberlin College, Midway Contemporary Art, New York Times Magazine, Studio on Fire, and the Walker Art Center.