Explore the secrets of effective graphic design with an Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design (AAS) from Bryant & Stratton College. The 60-credit graphic design program focuses on the creative and conceptual processes needed to communicate messages via various forms of media. Graduates of the graphic design associate degree program will be prepared to pursue career opportunities with advertising and marketing firms, public relations agencies, media and graphic production businesses, and publishing houses, along with other positions available for graphic designers.
Courses in the Graphic Design associate degree program are taught by professional designers and feature real-world projects to ensure that students are receiving a truly career-ready education. The program will cover concepts of visual design, color theory, and graphic arts. Students develop a diverse professional portfolio throughout the program made up of projects and assignments that include websites, identity and logo packages, annual reports, packaging design, and additional marketing or advertising collateral. This portfolio will provide students with a vital asset to use during their job searches upon graduation.
Courses in the Graphic Design associate degree program are also offered at the Liverpool campus. To learn more please contact an admissions representative.
Graduates of the Graphic Design associate degree program will have the ability to:
A Graphic Design associate degree will prepare you for careers in news, publishing, advertising, and more. The majority of graphic designers are self-employed, but some work for organizations specializing in advertising, public relations, printing, and media. They may work independently or as graphic production assistants or production artists on design teams.
Major Requirements (39 credits)
For a full course listing, please refer to the Bryant & Stratton College catalog.
Thinking about pursuing job opportunities in advertising, publishing, typography, web design, or even freelance work in creative areas? A graphic design associate degree from an accredited college program can help you gain the technical skills to go far. Bryant & Stratton College is here to help. Get the conversation started here.