Program Graduate Attributes

 1-  Recognize the basic principles of graphical design and visual language, terminology, basic types of families and styles, and how to select it for successful designs. 

2- Engage creative thinking and innovation to produce graphical designs that meet both functional and aesthetic requirements. Apply problem-solving within their field of art by using different tools and research methodology towards the creation of good solution from an artistic perspective.

3- Create and develop visual form in response to graphic design problems, including principles of visual composition, information hierarchy, symbolic representation, typography, aesthetics, and the construction of meaningful messages. 

4- Develop professional quality design concepts and layouts by using different techniques for design and apply their creative abilities to communicate ideas relevant to the field in both digital and print medias. 

5- Use critical thinking, research methodology, and design practice to modify a well-developed defendable body of design work, demonstrating advanced capabilities with technologies, documentation, and presentation of a professional design portfolio. 

6-  Interpret their writing and verbal competencies which commonly used in the description and analysis of visual art and graphic design, these includes research, writing, presentations and critique of their own work. 

7- Demonstrate proficiency in presentation and business skills necessary to engage in professional practice in graphic design including the ability to organize and manage design projects by productively collaborate with others in a team.