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Brown College

Programs Programs
Game Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Photography, Visual Communications
Degrees Degrees
Associates, Bachelors
Accreditations Accreditations
ACCSCT
Location Location
Minnesota
Financial aid Financial Aid is Available

Brown College Information

Brown College, located near Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, is dedicated to providing quality programs that are sound in concept, implemented by competent and dedicated faculty, and geared to serve those seeking a solid foundation in the knowledge and skills required to obtain employment in their chosen fields.

Visual Communications
Graduates of the Visual Communications Degree Program work in the industries that create our visual culture. Employment is typically found in graphic design firms, corporate art departments, advertising agencies, publishing houses, and pre-press companies. Companies that specialize in new media, such as web site development, computer animation and interactive media are also sources of employment for graduates of the Visual Communications Degree Program from Brown College.

Digital Photography
The Bachelor of Science in Digital Photography program can prepare students for a variety of employment opportunities within the photographic industry. Students receive a broad overview of photographic history, principles, processes, and techniques that enable them to construct creative and technically proficient photographs. Computer software, printing technology, and studio and location equipment are used to create, enhance, and modify digital images, while portraiture, photojournalism, and commercial photography projects allow students to develop artistic style and theoretical vision.

Game Design and Development
The Bachelor degree program in Game Design and Development is designed to provide training in principles and techniques used to create interactive 2D and 3D computer games. Students can learn design software, programming languages, modeling and animation skills, networking principles, level and world editors, and game engines used to design and develop games, and examine market research and business concepts related to game production and distribution processes. Project management, creative design, and communication skills are integrated throughout this dynamic curriculum to help prepare students for entry-level positions in the game design and development industry.

Interior Design
The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program prepares students for entry-level positions in the interior design industry. Students will develop design concepts for interior spaces, and transform these concepts into practical, functional, and innovative environments that meet client needs. Architectural drafting, space planning, and computer-aided design are used to develop new concepts and to refine students’ individual skills and talents. Building systems, regulations, and current business practices are taught to prepare students for their internships and professional careers in interior design. Graduates should be prepared for entry-level positions such as Computer Aided Designer/CAD Specialist, Corporate Designer, Draftsman/Renderer, Facilities Manger, Furniture Designer, Hospitality/Event Designer, Kitchen and Bath Consultant, Residential Designer, Retail Designer and Showroom Consultant.

Radio Production
From show prep, writing for broadcast, and vocal interpretation to operating an audio console and digital multi-track recording, the Radio Broadcasting Degree Program at Brown College prepares students for entry-level positions in the fast-paced radio industry. Within the Radio Broadcasting Degree Program is an in-depth exploration of the relationship between broadcasting and the Internet, and a general education component that develops problem-solving and human relationship skills, and contributes to the shaping of a well-informed broadcasting personality.

Television Production
Producing television is complex, with each program requiring numerous production specialists. The highly competitive industry of broadcast TV, industrial video, cable, and satellite requires an endless supply of TV professionals. A determined professional capable of handling multiple responsibilities can find an exciting career path.

Brown College
1440 Northland Dr.
Mendota Heights, Minnesota 55120
United States