Arts & Design

Arts and Design Courses

So you have an eye for design, or a passion for painting? Develop your skills with an associate's or a bachelor's degree from an accredited art school. You can study at one of the many design schools throughout the U.S.; if you need more flexibility, consider an online degree program in graphic design, fine art and more. If you are interested in an entry-level technical position, an associate's degree may be enough. For more advanced design jobs, a bachelor's degree is generally required.

Design Schools & Art Classes: What to Expect

The most-career focused courses in art and design include electronic imaging and production, computer graphics and technology. More traditional art schools offer classes in drawing, color theory, perspective, production and marketing. A bachelor's degree that includes training in computer software, website design, and animation can give you an edge in your job search in this field. An art or design degree can teach you to develop web pages, prepare sketches or layouts, and produce a variety of design material for all types of businesses. With the proper education and skills in art and design, these creative careers are within your reach.

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