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Why major in graphic design? There are a number of reasons so many people are going into graphic design schools for their art education, and if you have artistic talent, chances are you’re considering joining one yourself. But why would you want to choose graphic design as your major, and what would it entail once you have your degree? Here, we’ll take a look at what having a graphic design major will mean for your future career, and the different paths you can take once you have your degree. We’ll also go over the benefits of majoring in graphic design in general and some of the skills you can learn by going into the field of graphic design.

Why major in graphic design in terms of a career? The advent of the digital era means that thousands of new web pages, computer applications, video games, animations, and other forms of electronic media are being created every day. This growing market for electronic media means that there are always new positions being created, because so many applications and games rely heavily on graphic designers. If you’re considering a career in graphic design, then chances are you’ll easily be able to find work in a variety of different jobs. 

Why major in graphic design at an art school? Even if you are trained or prefer doing fine art, majoring in graphic design will give you the chance to expand your skills and explore another artistic field. You may discover that you like applying yourself in a graphic design area, and having a varied set of skills will make you a more attractive employee for a variety of jobs. Even if you don’t plan on pursuing graphic design as a career, the chance to blend genres and produce unique art that takes influences from different styles is always a good move.

Why major in graphic design in general? With the increasing the advancement of the industry overall, and the varied skills in multimedia and animating tools that you will acquire, a graphic design major (or at least a minor) is a good idea for any prospective art student. Graphic design may help you build skills and get comfortable with a variety of media, both of which are things that are becoming more and more important in an increasingly electronically driven world of media and art. If you are looking for a solid skill set that will open a lot of opportunities, graphic design is a good choice.



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            Graphic Design (BS)
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            • Has been training students for creative careers since 1921.
            • Provides interactive course materials and unique approaches to curriculum that  support multiple learning styles.
            • Offers a 10% scholarship to eligible active duty, active and drilling members of the Reserve and National Guard. 
            • Its accelerated online courses allow students to learn new course material every 5 ½ weeks.
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            Master of Fine Arts: Graphic Design
            • Liberty University provides a worldclass education from a christ-centered worldview
            • 100% online programs at associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels
            • No standardized testing if student meets admission requirements
            • Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
            • 95% of Liberty University students receive some form of financial aid
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            Graphic Design, Bachelor of Science (Online)
            • Full Sail University offers online degree programs that are designed for the world of entertainment, media, arts, and technology. Full Sail's approach is centered on real-world industry experience and creative problem solving.
            • Full Sail uses the experience and knowledge gained from more than three decades of educational innovation to create an unparalleled online education experience that challenges and inspires our students.
            • Learning at Full Sail has always centered around interaction and the exchange of ideas, and our online curriculum fully embraces this philosophy with the aim of being the most people-focused education experience on the web.
            • Through Full Sail’s multitude of online program offerings, students get: One-click access to instructors, Powerful collaborative tools, Interactive learning environments and Innovative curriculum.
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            Graphic Arts (AAS)

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            Graphic Design (AS)
            • Alumni have appeared in reality competition shows such as Top Chef and Project Runway.
            • Has a team of about 4,000 faculty members focused on helping students tap opportunities in a marketplace driven by ideas.
            • Offers programs in design, media arts, fashion, and culinary.
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