What is Illustrative Design? It is design that requires an illustrative approach in order to solve a design problem, whether it be a character design, icon design, event graphic, etc. The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustrative Design provides students with a hybrid degree combining the skills you learn in Illustration with the approach to design thinking you learn in Graphic Design. RMCAD’s Illustrative Design Program will help provide you with the technical, aesthetic, critical and practical skills necessary for career success.
Solve Communication + Design Problems
Media + Digital Skills
On-Campus BFA Degree Requirements
The BFA in Illustrative Design program aims to increase and combine intellectual, artistic and design thinking, planning, and practice to best prepare students for dynamic business environments.
The Illustrative Design program offers course curriculum to enhance your specific needs. Our courses offer small class sizes for an enhanced learning experience and personalized attention from skilled instructors.
Are you ready to become a design problem solver? At RMCAD, we help prepare our alumni to take on the world of art and design. With an Illustrative Design Degree in hand, graduates are equipped to launch their career in a variety of design fields, including:
As an Illustrative Design student, you’ll refine your skills as an illustrator and apply them in graphic design. You’ll receive hands-on training that prepares you for the real world of professional design. You will learn the technology, tools, and skills as they relate to art and design including the ability to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively and responsibly use technology, tools, and skills for sustainable practice
The Illustrative Design program incorporates a focus on the development of cultural, communication and design competencies, professional practice, and critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in the profession. At RMCAD, we aim to increase and combine intellectual, artistic and design thinking, planning, and practice to best prepare students for dynamic business environments.
Do you want to learn more about Illustrative Design? Hit us up! We’ll share with you how combining the fields of Illustration and Graphic Design into one hybrid program can help expand your passion for art and design.