The mission of the Communication Design Minor is to enable learners to gain the communication design thinking, knowledge, and skills that will enhance their core area of study. Learners grow these competencies through exercises, projects, and learning experiences designed to develop practical, analytical, creative, emotional, and social intelligences. Those who complete the program are prepared to use their skills to develop and produce visual outcomes that communicate clearly, activating conceptual messaging and detailed aesthetic.
Visit the Communication Design Minor Page on the Miami University website to review the course requirements.
Requirements for the Minor
ART151 Becoming a People-Driven Designer (1) formerly Pre-Communication Design
2022 Deadline Overview
- Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 5:00 p.m. Eastern
- Applications are due via the form below
- Before the end of day, Friday April 1
- Notification of acceptance status
Minor Review Process
The Communication Design Minor submission consists of the final video project from ART 151 and a current Degree Audit Report (DAR). Your ART151 video must be supplied as a YouTube link and will be evaluated using the criteria below:
|Problem Solving||Communication designers are creative problem solvers. Your video should address how you identify, examine, and creatively address complex problems.|
|Design Process||Communication designers use an iterative design process to help solve creative problems. Your video should showcase your ability to follow and communicate a design process.|
Materials must be submitted before 5:00 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, to be considered for the Communication Design Minor beginning in Fall 2022.
No late submissions will be accepted. Work is evaluated by Communication Design faculty in online submission and closed screening.
Notification of acceptance status will be by email from the Communication Design faculty by the end of the day on April 1. The top-scoring (up to 24) students will be admitted to the Minor per year. The faculty in Communication Design will provide applicants who are not accepted with evaluation scores and feedback.
Questions about the Minor Application Process should be directed to Dennis Cheatham firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the form on this page to submit a portfolio to apply for the Communication Design Minor.