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BA degrees offered in Traditional and Online formats

Please note, for the academic year beginning in fall 2019, the Digital Art degree will be part of the exciting new Art and Design program. While having a common core, the program will allow for emphases in Digital Art, Fashion Business and Design, Game Design, Graphic Design, and Web & User Experience. Please check back here in mid-April for updated details on this exciting new opportunity, or reach out to Dr. James Hutson for more information.

Why study Digital Art?

Graphic designers have the ability to create a new visual reality with digital imaging, illustration, and photography. They develop visual concepts with computer software, using their skills to design and layout advertisements, brochures, corporate reports, magazines.

The BA in Digital Art provides the format and tools that allow traditional fine arts students to work in digital media. With a firm foundation in the theories and techniques of studio art, digital art majors will be provided the software skills necessary to thrive in the digital art and design industries.

You'll study art history, learn about two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, study drawing and digital photography in an online-hybrid setting.

What can you do with a degree in Digital Art from Lindenwood University?

Digital Art careers include:

Art director, design director, editorial designer, graphic artist, graphic designer for advertising agencies, magazines, publishing houses, television stations or studios or movie studios, marketing manager, multimedia designer, web designer, sign designer, web designer.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,the median salary of an art director is $89,760.

The median salary of a graphic designer is $46,900. About one in five graphic designers is self-employed.



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St. Charles, MO 63301