Graphic Design Programs
Seneca is at the forefront of providing student-focused teaching and learning that is redefining how people think about postsecondary education. The Module encourages you to further develop your typographic skills, copywriting experience and specialist knowledge in the
theroom design studio subject area, specifically: concepts, narrative, multi-page text and image layouts, grid structure and composition, when applied to editorial design.
The Module requires you to demonstrate advanced skills in typography, in addition to excellent written and visual content creation for Graphic Design, using sophisticated technical, observational and critical evaluation of the concept and ideation process.
You will build on previously acquired typographic skills and specialist knowledge in your subject area, specifically: concepts, narrative, art direction, multi-page text and image layouts, grid structure and composition, when applied to advanced publication design.
Our graduates are, among others, active as independent designer, illustrator, multimedia-designer, art-director or they are employed at design companies, publishers and other companies… In this digital era of ‘mobile working’, it is strongly recommended to possess a personal laptop.
Complimentary membership in the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario is offered to all students, giving access to a network of Canada’s top design professionals and a head start in the process of becoming a Registered Graphic Designer.