Are you interested in art and technology? Are you a conceptual and objective thinker? Then a Communication Design Degree might be the perfect major for you. Communication Design is one of the most practical and powerful art forms of our time, as well as a rapidly expanding industry. Communication Design is the visual articulation of information that surrounds us every day in forms ranging from new and social media, to books and periodicals, to film and animation, as well as countless others. Communication Design is an inspiring way to see and interpret the world.
|Degree Plan Options||Degree Plan - Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design|
|Credit Hours||120 Credit Hours|
|Delivery Methods||Victoria (traditional semesters)|
|Tuition & Fees||Rates Per Semester|
The Communication Design curriculum at the University of Houston-Victoria is built around a sequence of contemporary design courses that offer a fresh perspective on the field. The courses required for the major begin sophomore year when students take two sets of paired courses: Design History and Typography in the fall; Design Theory and Digital Design in the spring. Juniors and seniors continue the core sequences and also have the opportunity to take advanced electives in Digital Gaming & Simulation, Communication, Marketing, or Humanities. The students’ experience culminates during the senior year with an internship at one of UHV’s partner organizations and the Senior Seminar.Learn More Request Information
Communication Design majors pursue careers in:
- information graphics
- interactive design
- visual and performing arts
- interface design
If you enjoy creative problem solving, strategic business research, and collaborating with others in a vibrant field of innovation, call or write our Office of Admissions to request more information about the Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design at UHV today.Learn More Request Information
"My favorite thing about UHV is the smaller class size, it allows for better interaction with professors."
- Bryan Sturm
Current Student, 2022 Political Science