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.

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Marian UniversityUndergraduate
Fond du Lac, WI

Marietta CollegeUndergraduate
Marietta, OH

Maryland Institute College of ArtUndergraduate
Baltimore, MD

Marymount Manhattan CollegeUndergraduate
New York, NY

Marymount UniversityUndergraduate
Arlington, VA

Maryville University of St. LouisUndergraduate
St Louis, MO

Marywood UniversityUndergraduate
Scranton, PA

McDaniel CollegeUndergraduate
Westminster, MD

Meredith CollegeUndergraduate
Raleigh, NC

Methodist UniversityUndergraduate
Fayetteville, NC

MidAmerica Nazarene UniversityUndergraduate
Olathe, KS

Midland UniversityUndergraduate
Fremont, NE

Milwaukee Institute of Art and DesignUndergraduate
Milwaukee, WI

Minneapolis College of Art and DesignUndergraduate
Minneapolis, MN

Mississippi CollegeUndergraduate
Clinton, MS

Missouri State UniversityUndergraduate
Springfield, MO

Missouri Western State UniversityUndergraduate
St. Joseph, MO

Monmouth CollegeUndergraduate
Monmouth, IL

Montana State University--NorthernUndergraduate
Havre, MT

Montclair State UniversityUndergraduate
Montclair, NJ

Montserrat College of ArtUndergraduate
Beverly, MA

Moore College of Art & DesignUndergraduate
Philadelphia, PA

Morningside CollegeUndergraduate
Sioux City, IA

Mount St. Joseph UniversityUndergraduate
Cincinnati, OH

Mount Vernon Nazarene UniversityUndergraduate
Mount Vernon, OH

Murray State UniversityUndergraduate
Murray, KY

New England CollegeUndergraduate
Henniker, NH

North Carolina A&T State UniversityUndergraduate
Greensboro, NC

North Carolina State University--RaleighUndergraduate
Raleigh, NC

North Central CollegeUndergraduate
Naperville, IL

Northern Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Marquette, MI

Northwest Nazarene UniversityUndergraduate
Nampa, ID

Notre Dame de Namur UniversityUndergraduate
Belmont, CA

Nova Scotia College of Art and DesignUndergraduate
Halifax, Nova Scotia, N/A

Ohio Dominican UniversityUndergraduate
Columbus, OH

Ohio UniversityUndergraduate
Athens, OH

Oklahoma Baptist UniversityUndergraduate
Shawnee, OK

Oklahoma Christian UniversityUndergraduate
Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City UniversityUndergraduate
Oklahoma City, OK

Otis College of Art and DesignUndergraduate
Los Angeles, CA

Ouachita Baptist UniversityUndergraduate
Arkadelphia, AR

Pacific Union CollegeUndergraduate
Angwin, CA

Palm Beach Atlantic UniversityUndergraduate
West Palm Beach, FL

Park UniversityUndergraduate
Parkville, MO

Pennsylvania College of TechnologyUndergraduate
Williamsport, PA

Pennsylvania State University--University ParkUndergraduate
University Park, PA

Philadelphia UniversityUndergraduate
Philadelphia, PA

Pittsburg State UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburg, KS

Point Loma Nazarene UniversityUndergraduate
San Diego, CA

Pratt InstituteUndergraduate
Brooklyn, NY

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.