The Graphic Design Concentration - A Graphic Design specialization is a B.F.A. provided within the Art and Design concentration. Graphic Design is explored in detail, revealing its history and meaning, and provides the techniques and tools for the student to become a confident designer.
Art History Minor allows students to acquire not only an understanding of artistic styles within their cultural context, but also are introduced to the many methodological and theoretical avenues through which the history of art may be investigated.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BA) lays foundation in Studio courses, in which the curriculum is designed to familiarize visual arts students with core concepts and basic skills in preparation for a rigorous studio practice. The curriculum emphasizes the study of drawing, color, and composition and the exploration of spatial dynamics and temporal qualities while encouraging experimentation and critical inquiry.
Business Perspective for Creative Leaders Certification, The Yale Management curriculum is designed to accomplish two goals: first, to instill a general competency in meeting the challenges of management; and second, to facilitate the creative leaders’ development of their own personal career aspirations. Instead of teaching management topics in separate, single-subject courses, Yale teaches core subjects in an integrated way, providing frameworks and concepts in a richer, more relevant context.