Degrees and Minors

B.F.A. in Graphic Design

The Graphic Design program prepares accomplished graphic designers with critical minds to evaluate their own work.

The curriculum provides a comprehensive education through a range of theoretical and practical courses tackling various design experiences.

A multi-faceted discipline, graphic design offers wide opportunities for working with agencies, design studios, publishing houses, television production houses, or as freelancers designing websites, typefaces, animated sequences, interfaces, packaging, identities, posters and exhibitions.


To enter the major, students must meet LAU’s general admission requirements and the graphic design program’s specific requirements.

For more information on how to apply to the B.F.A. in Graphic Design, please see the admissions section.


For more information on the program, please consult the academic catalog.

Selection of Graphic Design Work

Chloe Maria El-Khoueiri – mili.ö
mili.ö is a visual immersive aid for beginner creative writers struggling with world-building by allowing these writers to create their world from scratch.
Gaelle Majdalani – Poster
Lebanese Revolution Poster, a poster created during the Lebanese Revolution that started on October 17, 2019
Ghida Nadar – Vitiligo Triptych Poster
Awareness about Vitiligo, a skin condition where white patches form on the surface of the skin.
Jad Zock – Infographics
100 days of Art of Tharwa
The following timeline represents how artists and designers expressed themselves with their social media posts regarding the lebanese revolution
Jana Abi Hassan – Silkscreen
Everybody Wants to Be a Cat
A visual interpretation of the song ‘Everybody Wants to Be a Cat’ from the movie ‘The Aristocats’.
Jana Abi Hassan – Fins Typeface
This display typeface was inspired by the elegant and extravagant fins of a Siamese Fighting Fish.
Marwa Harriri – WAW! What a Woman
A portal supporting women with BPD - borderline personality disorder.
Marwa Harriri – Silkscreen
A poster advertising a macabre-themed performance art festival.
Samia Soubra – Silkscreen
Black Out Days is a song written by Josh Carter and Sarah Bartel also known as Phantogram. The visuals represented for this song relate to the lyrics, but simultaneously explains a personal story.
Sarah Hasbini – ISTD Publication
A newspaper about Rouba Mhaissen’s, who was recognized and awarded for her cause.
Sarah Hasbini – Skatapy App design
Skatapy is an app that encourages and engages the youth in skateboarding activities.

Student Animation Reels