Graphic design schools can be a lucrative career opportunity, but they’re also incredibly demanding.
There’s a wide variety of design and graphic design programs in the United States, and there are more than a dozen in your local area.
Some offer a diploma program, while others offer degrees that take students to graduate or even transfer into another school.
If you’re looking for an online graphic design program, here’s a rundown of what we know about them.1.
The Art Institute of Chicago—Chicago—New York City—Newark, New Jersey—New Jersey—Milton Keynes, New York—Brooklyn, New Yorker—Boston, Massachusetts—Middletown, New England—Brookline, Massachusetts2.
The University of Chicago-Urbana-Champaign—Chicago, Illinois—Chicago and Urbana, Illinois–Chicago and Champaign, Illinois-Urbandale, Illinois3.
The New School for Graphic Design—New Orleans, Louisiana—New Port Richey, Florida–New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana–New Port Marcy, Louisiana4.
College of the Holy Cross-Boston, Mass.—Boston University–Boston University and Providence, Rhode Island–Boston, Rhode Islands5.
College New England–Boston College–Boston and Worcester, Massachusetts–New England and Providence Massachusetts6.
The College of Design-Los Angeles–Los Angeles and San Diego, California–Los Feliz, California7.
The Institute of Contemporary Art—San Francisco–San Francisco and Santa Ana, California-San Francisco, California8.
The American Design School—New Haven, Connecticut–New Haven and Hartford, Connecticut9.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology–Boston–Boston is the state’s largest research university, with an average faculty of around 2,500, with a research focus in computer science and engineering.10.
The Design School of New York–New York–Middlesex–Newark–New Jersey–Camden, New Hampshire–New London, ConnecticutThis article originally appeared on Engadgadget.com.
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