After completing this course, you will become a highly skilled professional capable of creating original designs, conducting work-related research, improving the processes of working on creative projects, organizing exhibitions, and proposing and developing innovative design ideas.

  Studying for a Master's degree in Design requires creative competencies developed during previous studies and knowledge of the basic principles of visual literacy, such as composition, color management, drawing, painting, layout, and the basics of advertising.

  This course will prepare you for professional activities related to the design of informational and visual spaces, as well as other design projects in the social, cultural, and humanitarian spheres.

  The graduates will be able to focus on:

  visual-information systems that meet the utilitarian and spiritual needs in a person's life;

  cultural phenomena, processes, and relationships;

  author's samples, series, and collections of graphic products.

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