Antonine University pushes students to social change projects
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Against the backdrop of standardized tests and core curricula, Antonine University's graphic design and advertising departments not only provide students with skills to help them succeed in competitive fields, but push them to use those skills to better people's lives.The graphic design department provides students with three years of extensive training, during which they learn to design 2-D visuals, animations and websites. The university's campus, in Baabda, is more than a place where specialized knowledge is passed down. Design majors are empowered to use the skills they acquire to create projects that promote positive social change. This provides students in both disciplines with experience in an environment similar to that of a communications agency.
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