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Graphic design school can feel out of reach for many aspiring students. The school of their dreams may be located out of state. Local colleges and universities may not have a graphic design program at all. Classes that are available might simply be too inconvenient to schedule around work and family obligations. The Art Institute Online strives to provide a practical solution offering a full degree program over the web for graphic designers in training.

The Art Institute Online offers graphic design school coursework designed to be identical to that delivered in the classroom. The online degree program allows students to log on and attend class at their convenience from wherever they may live. Students can have the flexibility of a self-guided course of study as well as the full support of an academic institution. Online students can participate in on-campus career events and even formal graduation ceremonies.

Associate of Arts degree in graphic design and Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design both provide a broad theoretical and practical foundation for a professional career. Required courses include color theory, drawing, and art constitute the core of the graphic design program. Electives in advanced topics, such as advertising and typography, provide experience. General education courses, required of all students, expand perceptions of the world. Students can complete the Associate of Arts degree program in as little as two years, and the Bachelor of Arts degree in three.

To enroll, applicants must have a high school diploma, GED, or a previous college degree. Students are required to attend an online orientation session. Federal financial aid is available to those who qualify.

Graphic design school is within the reach of nontraditional students nationwide at The Art Institute Online.

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