Graphic Communications Minor

Art and design meet at the intersection called graphic communications. Hartwick minors learn how to use art to transmit the essential messages that make the world go.

A minor in graphic communications complements study in areas such as art history, business administration, computer science, education, English, museum studies, and theatre.


Where a background in graphic communications can take you.

The combination of the minor with another area prepares students for careers in advertising, printing, publications, public relations, and Internet-related fields.


A closer look.

All graphic communications minors complete at least one field experience in communications. Past internships include positions at YM magazine, Young & Rubicam, Fox Sports New England, and ABC Network in New York City.


Beyond the basic.

Like all Hartwick students, graphic communications minors learn by doing. They study in small classes with expert faculty. They travel the world. They get ready for meaningful careers and interesting lives. They thrive.


Putting graphic communications to work.

Graphic communications minors are employed in wide variety of interesting fields, and many go on to study at the most prestigious graduate schools in the nation.


Meet the graphic communications faculty.

Our distinguished faculty are dedicated to giving tomorrow’s graphic communications professionals the tools to make an impact the moment they graduate.

Joseph Von Stengel
Associate Professor and Co-Chair of Art and Art History
MFA, University of Oregon
Areas of expertise:
digital art and design, image manipulation, animation, video, web and video games, physical computing and installation art.
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