Laurea (BSc) - 2017/2018 a.y.
Mission and goals
The Communication Design graduate develops and implements communication projects using the main visual communication tools and methods and exploiting the potential of digital technologies. The Communication Designer can work in several areas of the communication domain: digital and traditional publishing; audio-visual and multimedia artefacts; corporate identity; branding, packaging and product communication; web design, interactive products and communication design for social networks and collaborative platforms.
Graduates in Communication Design are able to conceive and create communication artefacts having formal and working control capability. They are employed in companies or institutions with a vocation for communications or a solid internet presence; in multimedia and traditional publishing companies, advertising and communication agencies, IT and web consultancy companies, museums and cultural heritage institutions.
Possible further education
Subject to evaluation of their curriculum, graduates in Communication Design can continue their studies in related fields such as Communication Design. With admission always subject to an evaluation, graduates may choose other Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to Master of Science) programmes or 1st level Specializing Masters.