Limestone University’s Graphic Design program was recently ranked as one of Top 50 in the United States by an online publication.
The website Study.com has ranked Limestone’s Graphic Design bachelor’s degree program as the 47th best in the nation. Limestone was one of only three institutions from South Carolina to make the prestigious list. Coastal Carolina University and Newberry College were also ranked. The only other school from the Carolinas to make the list was Appalachian State University from North Carolina.
“In a communication landscape that is increasingly more visual and digital, Limestone is preparing students to communicate effectively in the world of tomorrow,” said Dr. Randy Nichols, Limestone’s Associate Professor of Professional Communication.
Study.com is considered a college and career guide that provides resources to assist students, parents, and teachers. The website has been featured in “Forbes” magazine, as well as “USA Today,” “U.S. News & World Report,” “The Wall Street Journal,” ABC, CBS, and NBC.
The Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication from Limestone prepares students for the brave new world of communication through an interdisciplinary program that includes a strong liberal arts foundation and courses in Writing, Speaking, Graphic Design, Computer Science, Storytelling, Marketing, and Communication Studies across multiple media. The major in Professional Communication is an interdisciplinary major which draws courses from English, Art, Computer Science, Business, Interdisciplinary Studies, and International Studies as well as Communication.
Graduates of Limestone’s program are prepared for careers in communications in business, non-profit, and civic or religious organizations handling communications in the areas of writing, social media, marketing, digital video production, promotions and public relations, meeting planning, training, and more. The major prepares entry-level communication professionals to design and convey messages for various audiences across a wide range of old and new media.