Geneva’s Visual Communication program provides students with coursework that emphasizes technical art skills. The visual communication program is highlighted by two opportunities.
First, the year-end art show enables students to professionally display their personal portfolios. Second, during their junior year, students can complete a year long program at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. As a world reknowned institution, students can take advantage of the Art Institute’s focused concentrations, including photography, graphic design, fashion and interior design as well as others.
|18 credits selected from:|
|CDS 160||Sign Language|
|COM 145||Television Production|
|COM 270||Scene and Lighting Design|
|COM 360||Costume and Make-up Design|
|*VIS 201, VIS 202||Design|
|*VIS 330||Topics in Visual Communication|
|- or other art courses|
Geneva College was selected to join the Undergraduate Microbial Genome Annotation Program, an initiative of the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute (JGI).