The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design is the professional education and training degree for the visual communication arts field. The foundation curriculum and the preparatory course work in the graphic design program enables design majors to meet their vocational goal. Students are required to participate in the Portfolio Review during the second semester of their junior year and enroll in Senior Terminal Project during their final two semesters. Students also participate in internships with local design firms (as the largest city in Kansas, there are many in Wichita). The graphic design concentration provides student selected courses in typography, illustration, photography, letterpress, advertising, computer graphics, and motion graphics.