Graphic Design - Lincoln

Graphic Design - Lincoln

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College of Professional Studies

A Graphic Design major provides a foundation of knowledge and skills for careers involving graphic design and visual communication. Students explore the principles of graphic design within traditional linear print media, web design, and motion graphics and time-based media.

Through completion of the degree, you will:

  • Develop critical and analytical thinking skills.
  • Apply creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Gain a working knowledge of communication concepts, processes, and visualization techniques.
  • Appreciate the role of graphic design history and criticism as a framework for practice.
  • Master current materials, tools, and technologies for graphic design.
  • Understand the underlying principles and practices in image design, typography, symbol systems, information and promotional design, multimedia, and web design.
  • Recognize the designer's responsibility to client, audience, and society.
  • Practice effective and innovative communication in the field of graphic design.

Campus and online course availability varies by program. Please contact the enrollment team for more information.

Learning Environment

The Graphic Design program is supported by a stellar faculty.  Students can experiment with print production and other graphic imagery, as well as explore the latest computer-based technology.

Our Lincoln campus is specifically designed to serve our adult nontraditional - undergraduate, graduate and non-degree-seeking students. 

We are proud to meet the needs and objectives of students who have to juggle a college education with responsibilities as career professionals and parents.


As a student here, you'll discover:

  • A rich selection of degree and course options, including some of the most relevant graduate programs in Nebraska.
  • Faculty who combine impressive academic qualifications with extensive professional experience.
  • Small, conveniently scheduled classes and a curriculum flexible enough to meet your individual needs.

A friendly community where you can make lifelong connections with classmates from a wide variety of professional and personal backgrounds.