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The MFA Graphic Design program at BU pairs intensive making with research, design theory and professional practices. Graduate students have 24-hour access to brand new facilities, including private studios, larger community work-spaces, and a digital printing and fabrication center.

Intensive making is a core element of the program. In addition to digital tools and workspaces, MFA Graphic Design students have access to printmaking facilities — including etching, lithography, silkscreen, bookmaking, letterpress and digital printmaking studios — as well as photography studios, a fully equipped woodshop, and sculpture and ceramics facilities, allowing designers to realize their projects in virtually any media.

Due to recent building renovations and the introduction of brand-new facilities, the Graphic Design program is expanding and diversifying graduate offerings to include a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program. This full-time, one year intensive training program is ideal for those who are entering the graphic design field for the first time.

To learn more about MFA Graphic Design at BU, visit the department website. The application deadline is January 16th, 2017.

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