Geneva’s Visual Communication program provides students with coursework that emphasizes 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, a year-long program at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh is available to students during the junior year. As a world-renowned institution, the Art Institute allows students to take advantage of focused concentrations, including photography, graphic design, fashion and interior design, as well as others.
|4-6 Courses, Selected from the Following: * indicates required classes|
|COM 145||Visual Storytelling|
|*||VIS 210||Art Fundamentals|
|*||VIS 202||Painting Techniques|
|*||VIS 300||Drawing Techniques|
|VIS 330||Special Topics|
|*||One Practicum: VIS 205 – Visual Communication|
Geneva offers a semester-long program at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center which combines seminar courses and internships in various segments of the film industry.