Online Arts Degrees & Design Programs
Accredited degree programs in graphic arts and web design and certificate programs in art and design encompass a variety of disciplines: applied arts (such as graphic design and illustration), architecture (including architectural history and building science), performing arts (like music or theater), and visual arts (such as film and painting). You can earn art and design degrees – including any fine arts degree or Bachelor of Arts degree – either online or through traditional on-campus programs.
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William Carey UniversityUndergraduate
William Jewell CollegeUndergraduate
William Paterson University of New JerseyUndergraduate
William Peace UniversityUndergraduate
William Peace UniversityOnline
William Penn UniversityUndergraduate
William Woods UniversityUndergraduate
William Woods UniversityOnline
Williams Baptist CollegeUndergraduate
Walnut Ridge, AR
Winona State UniversityUndergraduate
Winston-Salem State UniversityUndergraduate
Rock Hill, SC
Wisconsin Lutheran CollegeUndergraduate
Worcester State UniversityUndergraduate
Wright State UniversityUndergraduate
Wright State UniversityOnline
Xavier University of LouisianaUndergraduate
New Orleans, LA
New Haven, CT
York College of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Toronto, Ontario, N/
Youngstown State UniversityUndergraduate
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Discover Accredited Online Arts & Design Degrees
Online art degrees and online design courses are very popular because they offer you the opportunity to change or enhance your career while continuing to work. For example, earning your interior design degree online allows you to work full-time during the day – perhaps in a related job like retail home improvement – and study interior design in the evening. An online arts degree can increase your financial security as well; the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics estimates that professionals with a bachelor’s degree earn over $18,000 more annually when compared to someone with only a high school diploma.
Your campus-based or online degree in art can help you find a lucrative job in a field you enjoy. There are dozens of art and design degrees for you to choose from, but some of the more common ones – and the careers they can lead you to – include:
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Graphic Design – Degree programs in graphic design generally takes two years of full time study and prepares you for entry-level work in advertising, illustration, page layout or website design.
- Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) – A degree that usually takes five years to complete, a BArch degree qualifies you to take the Architect Registration Examination after a period of practical training.
- Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing – Masters in arts and design are terminal degrees, meaning they are the highest degrees possible in their field. An MFA in Creative Writing prepares you for employment as a writer, copywriter, editor or journalist. Because this is an advanced degree it can also help you eventually acquire a high-level position such as creative director.