Major in Print Media - 60 credits
Minor in Print Media - 30 credits
The Print Media program provides students with a milieu in which to investigate the meaningful relationships that exist between the technologies of reproduction, individual expression and contemporary society.
Print Media offers multiple venues for student research including intaglio, lithography and serigraphy, as well as digital and virtual approaches. Print Media students explore the intersections of interdisciplinary work and address their individual artistic development through a range of special topics and theory courses. Experimental, innovative and critical work is encouraged.
Students in the Print Media program are encouraged to develop a solid critical understanding of their work and its relationship to contemporary culture as well as professional skills and awareness of the diversity inherent in art practice.
For a list of required courses, please download the Program Guide according to your year of entry and refer to the course descriptions in the Undergraduate Calendar. At an advanced level and in consultation with an advisor, students have the opportunity to pursue independent study courses or professional internships. Schedules for courses are available on the class schedules website.
A portfolio, letter of intent and photocopies of recent transcripts are required for admission. The Portfolio Evaluation Form must be submitted with the portfolio. Get constructive feedback on your artwork before applying by attending our Portfolio Day.