Graduate Graphic Design Department theses

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70-RG 70.04

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Graduate Graphic Design Department theses


  • 1989- (Creation)


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The collection contains theses from 1989-1997, which is prior to the establishment of the Graduate Graphic Design Department in 2016. During this period students were able to earn master's degrees through the College's Graduate Studies program. The collection continues in 2018 starting with theses from the first group of students to graduate from the department.

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Until 1997, Graduate Graphic Design theses were bound as books and shelved using a cutter number system (last initial followed by a number). Theses submitted to the Archives after 1997 are arranged chronologically.

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The print theses do not circulate and can be viewed in the Archives. Digital theses are available in the online catalog to current students, faculty and staff with an ArtCenter login. If you do not have an ArtCenter login and wish to view the digital theses or want to make an appointment, contact the Archives.

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Copyright held by the author.

Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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      How to access ArtCenter's digital Graduate Theses video tutorial:

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