VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNS STUDY PROGRAM (DESKOMVIS / DKV)
Visual Communication Study Program was established in 1979 and was formerly named Graphics Studio. This program currently implements curriculum which are oriented on three sectors; image, sound, and text in which the orientations are not limited only to fine arts classifications in terms of style, characteristics and media. By implementing such well arranged curriculum, the institution seeks to equip the students with comprehensive sets of knowledge and skills. Students are given opportunity to choose and take field of interest study freely (assuming they grasp their orientation comprehensively, which include professional awareness of carrier that will become parts of their life, and to be able to represent normative and empirical attitude which does not only mean ideal in image but also accountable, visible, and measureable). First and second year study principle in Visual Communication Designs Program requires that students receive lectures and practical training from experts, in form of tutorial regarding technic, ethics, artistics and aesthetics forms, which include common problems in graphic designs, computer graphic, sound, and text. Further, students are free to choose their advanced specialization according to their own preference; whether they want to be a generalist such as in Desktop Publishing or to be Art-Media specialists.