Graphic Design for E-Commerce

  • Major

Combine your love of graphic design with vital communication and marketing skills and prepare yourself for a future in the fields of commercial art, website development and management, as well as a variety of others.

  • Learn communication skills to put all your other skills to good use!
  • Learn marketing skills to help you satisfy your target audience’s needs.
  • Small class sizes with a focus on teaching excellence and student learning.
  • Computer classes taught in the Unruh and Sheldon Center.
  • Opportunities for international study, hands-on field experience, and co-curricular activities.
  • Learn the basics of good design using cutting-edge computer programs vital to the field of graphic design.
PERSONALIZE YOUR DEGREE

Minors are available in Game Design, Computer Science and Information Technology.

GAIN REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE – ALL BEFORE YOU GRADUATE.
Internships

Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through supervised internships of a semester or more in length.

Coursework

Course Title Credits

Art 111

Drawing I

3

Art 112

Design

3

CS 160

Introduction to Computer Principles

3

CS 173

Introduction to .NET Programming

3

CS 232

Digital Design & Typography

3

CS 251

Graphics Development

3

Comm 314

or

Comm 318

Publicity & Public Relations

 

Computer Mediated Communications

3

 

3

CS 317

Digital Audio & Video Development

3

Busn 320

Marketing

3

Comm 338

Photojournalism

3

CS 341

Introduction to Web Development

3

CS 342

Database Development

3

CS 361

Advanced Computer Graphic Design

3

CS 371

Computer Animation

3

CS 381

Junior Seminar

1

Busn 430

Advertising

3

CS 441

E-Commerce Web Development

3

CS 481

Senior Seminar I

1

CS 482

Senior Seminar II

1

TBD

Upper Division credits from Art, CS, Busn, Comm or Internship

6

Total Semester Credits Required: 57

Our Faculty

Computer Science and Technology Faculty

Jakob Barnard

  • Chair of Computer Science and Technology
  • Assistant Professor

Kathryn Lemm

  • Associate Professor
  • Assistant Track Coach (Throws)

Tuition and Financial Aid

We believe every student, regardless of their financial situation, should have access to a UJ education. 100% of our full-time undergraduate students have some type of financial aid, with scholarship packages starting at $8,000 minimum. Your counselor for admissions personally walks you through financial aid, including the process of filing a FAFSA, maximizing your eligibility for aid, and answering any questions you may have along the way.