DES 3800 Corporate Identity - Fall 2016
For students pursuing a degree in Computer and Information Technology. Explores the history, psychology and purpose of corporate identity programs and the role of communication design in the current corporate environment by analyzing, investigating, and reporting on current company corporate objectives and target markets and then designing a sound multifaceted identity program. Course fee required. Prerequisite: DES 2500 (Grade C- or higher). FA
Section 01: MWF, 9:00 to 10:50 a.m.
Classroom: Smith 113
Instructor: Jeremey Forsberg
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