Information Design and Visualization, Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Information Design and Visualization focuses on the data-driven analytical and visual design of information, preparing students to communicate visually while engaging advanced data analytics to produce meaningful information environments.
Successful graduates of the Certificate in Information Design and Visualization are professionals who are prepared to tackle new information communication challenges and communicate and collaborate with researchers in a variety of fields, as well as stakeholders and the public. Throughout the course of the certificate, students master how to think visually, while also learning how to produce effective, meaningful visual information from various sources of data.
The certificate is intended for practitioners and graduate students from related fields—media, design, communications, data science, and more—who would like to acquire competencies in information design and data visualization to complement their skills and address their professional needs. Embedded in the course offering of our Master of Fine Arts in Information Design and Visualization program, students in the certificate program will have the opportunity to join MFA students for activities such as attending guest lectures and workshops.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|ARTG 5130||Visual Communication for Information Design||4|
|ARTG 5330||Visualization Technologies||4|
|Complete two from the following:||8|
|Information Design Studio 1: Principles|
|Information Design History|
|Information Design Studio 2: Dynamic Mapping and Models|
|Design for Behavior and Experience|
|Design of Information-Rich Environments|
|Information Design Mapping Strategies|
|Special Topics in Design|
ARTG 5000 or 6000 level course
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
16 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required