Degree Programs - School of Design
DESIGN PROGRAMS & Requirements
B.F.A. in Graphic Design
Graphic Design: Interactive, Print, Screen option
Graphic Design: Interactive Advertising Design option
The primary goals of the Graphic Design curriculum at Kean University is to educate students to become creative thinkers and professional practitioners in two related areas of this discipline: graphic design and advertising design both of which include interactive, print, and screen based applications.
B.F.A. in Interior Design
At Kean University interior design students engage in art and design fundamentals with an in-depth design approach to three-dimensional space for human behavior in the built environment. The Interior Design profession has developed into a demanding and recognized professional field. The difference between interior design and interior decorating is evident in the Council for Interior Design Accredited (CIDA) Kean University Interior Design curriculum, which prepares student for professional licensing and certification. Shape the environment and change the future by joining us at Kean University in the Interior Design Program. B.F.A. in Graphic Design
B.I.D In Industrial Design
The Bachelor of Industrial Design (BID) is a professional degree. The goal is to give our students the best training and support possible in the techniques, practices and methods of industrial design to insure their continuing success. The curriculum is designed with strict adherence to the educational standards of the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) and to meeting accreditation requirements of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The program is intended to provide graduates with a competitive edge and a sound background for professional achievement.