Our Graphic Design and Digital Illustration concentration is a course of study that provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the dynamic world of visual communications. Rooted in our Catholic Identity, the core belief of this concentration is that digital media is a powerful vehicle for communication and social good. With access to state-of-the-art equipment and software, our students are well-equipped to create meaningful visual content in the digital age. 

Our curriculum is designed to prepare students for a variety of exciting and rewarding careers in fields such as advertising, marketing, gaming, and entertainment industries. With an emphasis on the latest digital media and techniques, including motion graphics, character design, 2D animation, branding, packaging design, screen printing, and detailed digital illustration, our program provides students with the technical skills and creative vision necessary to produce cutting-edge art and design.

Apply now and become part of a community of talented and ambitious artists who share your belief that visual communications is a force for good.

Core Foundation:
  • ART 101 - Fundamentals of Design I
  • ART 102 - Fundamentals of Design II
  • ART 207 - Drawing & Composition I
  • ART 208 - Drawing & Composition II
Art Historical Framework:
  • ART 211 - History of Art: Prehistoric to the Middle Ages
  • ART 212 - History of Art: Renaissance to the Modern
  • ART 332 - Contemporary Art 
  • ART 288 - Creative Art & Design Studio
  • ART 454 - Senior Studio Art Seminar
Concentration Electives:
  • ART 231 - Digital Design I: Visual Communication
  • ART 232 - Digital Design II: Photo-Manipulation and Digital Painting
  • ART 239 - Digital Art and Design III: Packaging Design and Motion Graphics
  • ART 240 - Digital Art and Design IV: Interactivity and Web
  • ART 385 - Screenprinting
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Salve Regina Digital Arts Lab

The Department of Art maintains a state of the art computer lab serving all areas of digital art and design.

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Printmaking Facilities

Screenprinting courses at the Department of Art provide students with the opportunity to integrate digital tools and processing methods with traditional studio art-making formats. 

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