“Environmental graphic design has evolved from the allied disciplines of architecture, urban design, graphic design, environmental psychology, and wayfinding. Graduates of this program have a unique opportunity to occupy a new and dynamic design discipline.”Jim Stevens, assistant professor, College of Architecture and Design
Environmental graphic design is the comprehensive discipline of graphics, typography, and wayfinding in the built environment.
It is a design endeavor involving cognitive mapping and spatial relationships. Designers engaged in this discipline are required to have the ability to work on a human, vehicular, interactive, and print media scale.
Students enrolled in the direct-entry Master of Architecture must maintain certain academic standards to complete the program with an accredited architecture degree. If you cannot or choose not to enter the upper division, you can elect to receive the Bachelor of Science in Architecture.
Your 31-credit-hour program consists of: