Get a progressive design degree and harness the power of design. Begin with a creative practice foundation in communication design, brand identity, interactive design and dynamic media then customize your learning with an innovative program path in years three and four. Build your professional portfolio with advanced design and creative leadership courses, work experience (co-op or practicums) and flexible electives. Real-world projects foster collaboration, critical thinking and t-shape abilities. Pursue your passion, discover your strengths and be part of a new generation of changemakers.
Develop a solid foundation in four fields of design practice — communication design, brand identity, interactive design, and dynamic media and gain versatile job-ready skills. Create design solutions by applying strategic processes, visual language, and digital skills, through immersive professional project-based learning. Become a skilled graphic designer, visual communicator, and creative strategist.
Enrich your learning with a Graphic Design extended minor and add an area of professional creative practice to your degree. With streams in communication design, brand identity, interactive design, or dynamic media the extended minor offers choice. In the Bachelor of Fine Arts, you can pair the graphic and digital design extended minor with Creative Writing, Theatre, Media and Communications Studies, Visual Arts, or Art History.
Get essential professional practice skills in communication design and interactive design with a graphic and digital design minor that you can add to any degree. This applied foundation introduces creative strategies and graphic design skills in print and digital media. Learn Adobe software and industry standards of practice.
UFV's Bachelor of Media Arts prepares you for creative production in digital and interactive media, one of the fastest growing industries in B.C. today. The Bachelor of Media Arts program allows you to tailor your learning to your interests and career goals by choosing a field of practice from five Media Arts concentrations.