Design Studies Track
Increase your appreciation of design, and prepare to apply your knowledge to a variety of professions.
This track is targeted to students who want to become engaged in design but do not intend to become designers. Those seeking specialization and professional preparation for a career as a designer should consider the graphic design or digital art + design concentrations in the B.F.A. degree programs.
In this track, you gain a cross-disciplinary perspective, excellent research experience, a high level of visual literacy, and the creative thinking and problem solving skills. This track is well suited for combining the study of design with a major in mass communication, computer science, English or business. Students in this track receive the B.S./B.A. degree. View degree requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
The Professional Association for Design
AIGA is the professional association for design, and Towson boasts its own student chapter. Student can attend chapter meetings in the Baltimore-Washington area, meet professionals in the field and begin building their own networks.
Design Studies Student Work Gallery
Design Studies students create 3–5 studio projects per course. Design Studies studio projects demonstrate students' technical and aesthetic skills and enhance opportunities for entry into the field of digital design. Student work by: Tre Cornish (left), Tori Porter (top right), N. Radcliffe (bottom right).