Graphic Arts and Graphic Design Schools
This site is just an easy way to quickly browse through many of the most popular graphic arts and design schools in the United States.
The schools on these pages represent many of the most well-known designer training
programs available today that are consistently developing the successful graphic
designers of tomorrow. Just glance through the featured schools on this page, pick
your favorite city from the list on the right of this page, take a look at our
schools listed by state or see our complete list of popular institutions.
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The Art Institutes
Get prepared for an exciting design career. With an Art Institutes education, imagine what you could create. Programs may vary by location and are subject to change without notice.
American InterContinental University
American InterContinental University offers students a solid foundation for the future, with both general education and industry-specific classes. Small class sizes help to ensure focused attention.
International Academy of Design & Technology
International Academy of Design & Technology offers diverse and comprehensive
degree programs in computer graphics, computer networking, marketing &
advertising, web design and web development. Earn your degree in as little
as 18 months and take advantage of extensive job placement resources.
Schools operate in Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Orlando, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Seattle, Tampa and Toronto. Programs offered vary by location.
Train for an exciting, in-demand career at Anthem Institute. Hands-on, comprehensive training helps students develop the skills they need for a successful career in a short amount of time. Career training programs include Computer Networking & Security, Graphic Design & Animation, Medical Administration, Medical Billing & Coding, Medical Assistant, Massage Therapy, and Surgical Technologist. All programs not available at all locations. Check with your local campus for program offerings. Anthem Institute campuses are located in New Jersey, New York, Nevada and Pennsylvania.
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division
Who will create tomorrow's designs? You can see opportunity in the web ads, magazine covers, logos, movie posters and product packages created by graphic designers. In the TV, print, outdoor and web ads of advertising professionals. In the aesthetic and practical work of interior designers. And in the new products that spring from the minds of industrial designers.
The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur
A branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta
One West Court Square, Suite 110
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Schools in the Spotlight This Month:
Nazareth College is a well-respected college in Rochester, New York. They offer two different four-year majors in Visual Communication Design. One is their Visual Communications Design Major leading to a B.F.A. degree and the other is a Visual Communication Design Major leading to a B.S. degree. They also offer a minor in graphic design. Learn more about Nazareth College.
Northern Essex Community College is a two-year college in northeastern Massachusetts. Because not everyone wants to commit to four years of study, NECC offers an Associate Degree in Graphic Design. This program offers instruction in general design, layout, reproduction, illustration, Photoshop, and advertising. Students learn how to communicate using type and images through traditional and new media. Learn more about NECC.
Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina.
Clemson is a well-known college situated in the northwest corner of South Carolina. It is a public college, but tuition is rather high for non-resident students. Clemson offers a Master of Fine Arts in Digital Production Arts Degree which is a serious program that blends art with cutting-edge technology. Learn more about Clemson University.
Graphic design is the process and art of combining text and graphics and
then communicating an effective message in the design of logos, graphics,
brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication.
Today's graphic designers use desktop publishing software and computer
techniques to achieve these goals.
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