Art & Design
Graphic Design

As a graphic designer, your artistic talents will make you of potential interest to just about any employer as you create logos, mastermind advertising campaigns, and assemble multimedia presentations. Your graphic design course will teach you about the more traditional worlds of publishing and marketing as well as bringing you right up-to-date with the modern realm of Information Technology.

Generally speaking, most graphic design jobs demand a Bachelor's degree however if a position merely requires the practical and technical knowledge without a full award, then a 2 or 3-year Associate's degree may well suffice. Either way, you will cover art and design, communication studies, sociology, psychology and cognitive awareness, art history, painting, web page design, and use of art software packages.

At the heart of your training will be your portfolio of finished work - something which you will be continually adding to for the duration of your working life.

On completion of the course, you could consider a career in:

Advertising

Web design

Forensic photography

Film-making

Video game production

The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects demand for graphic designers to continue growing.

Schools That Offer This Program:
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Career Point College
Western International University
Western International University
Western International University
New England Institute of Technology
New England Institute of Technology
American Intercontinental University
American Intercontinental University
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South University
South University
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
Southern New Hampshire University
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