Graphic design is about communicating through visuals. Color, layout, and typography all influence people. Behind every successful ad, web page, brochure, or product packaging is a team who carefully crafted the visual presentation to convey a specific objective. Do you want to be part of that team?
Learn both the fundamental rules of the trade and develop your own instincts and style while completing a graphic arts degree. We’ll help you create a portfolio to show prospective employers and help you prepare for the demands of a career in graphic design. You’ll learn from professionals with experience in the field and graduate ready for positions in communication departments, publishing houses, or design studios or for a freelance career. Start harnessing your creativity today.
Graphic Arts programs are offered fully online through our affiliated institution – Independence University.
Do you want a career that will let you create? Skilled creative professionals are always in demand.1 All kinds of companies need to convey their messages to a larger audience and persuade their customers. Learn how to influence perceptions and combine artistic and technological knowledge to communicate your message. Harness your talent and open up your job opportunities with formal training. You could get a degree that will put you on the path to success.
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