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Being a Thresher means being the best you can be at all times of the day, even after you have graduated and moved on to another chapter in your life.
Cristopher Nelson ’14

Experiential Learning in Graphic Design

An internship will be specifically designed to complement your knowledge in the field you plan to enter after graduation. This course requires a minimum of 120 work hours and the supervision of a faculty member. The ability to involve you in an in-depth practical experience in your intended area of specialization will be a key component in Bethel’s Graphic Design program. You’ll be encouraged to think broadly about possible applications of your interests, which could include commercial advertising, media broadcasting, designing literature for a nonprofit organization, exhibition design, design for theater productions, or developing websites or social media for local businesses, among many others.