Online Associate's Degrees in Graphic Design
Graphic designers create everything from short brochures to complete web portals using media like computers, film and print. Attending graphic design school and earning an Associate’s in Graphic Design prepares you for entry-level positions in the field, such as graphics or print production.
Click on the "request info" button next to the accredited school of your choice to receive more information on specific associate's degrees in graphic design.
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Abilene Christian UniversityUndergraduate
Academy of Art UniversityUndergraduate
San Francisco, CA
Albertus Magnus CollegeUndergraduate
New Haven, CT
Berrien Springs, MI
Anna Maria CollegeUndergraduate
Appalachian State UniversityUndergraduate
Arizona State University--TempeUndergraduate
Art Academy of CincinnatiUndergraduate
Art Center College of DesignUndergraduate
Art Institute of HoustonUndergraduate
Bemidji State UniversityUndergraduate
Black Hills State UniversityUndergraduate
Boise State UniversityUndergraduate
Bridgewater State UniversityUndergraduate
Brigham Young University--ProvoUndergraduate
California Baptist UniversityUndergraduate
California College of the ArtsUndergraduate
San Francisco, CA
California Institute of the ArtsUndergraduate
California State Polytechnic University--PomonaUndergraduate
California State University--SacramentoUndergraduate
California University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Buies Creek, NC
Central Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Mount Pleasant, MI
Central Washington UniversityUndergraduate
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Earn Your Associate's in Graphic Design Online
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for graphic designers will grow about 7% through 2022, somewhat slower than the average for all occupations. Those with higher-level degrees and website design experience are likely to have more opportunities for both employment and advancement in the coming years.
If you hold an associate’s degree and have web design skills you are likely to have more job opportunities than competitors with a less sought-after specialization.
Career Outlook for Graphic Design Career Holders
Graphic designers work with visual elements, either by hand with computer software, to communicate ideas. These can be used in marketing and advertising or in journalism and publishing. They require skills in the use of color, shapes and designs, and an eye for eye-catching creative content.