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Graphic Design School - Part II

Graphic Design School - Part II
You are confident that some form of training can help you land a job in this competitive market. But, you have a job. You have a family. You have something that prevents you from enrolling in a full-time, traditional program.  Enter the online program!  We are lucky enough to live in the era of online schooling, and this includes graphic design education, so take advantage!

Online Graphic Design School

From the Art Institutes to the International Academy of Design and Technology to the University of Phoenix, there are accredited and respected graphic design online programs everywhere, just waiting for your application. Don’t let your hectic schedule stop you from taking a certification course or a full-blown degree program. These schools are designed for the busy student and want to accommodate your needs.

How to Choose the Right Online Graphic Design School

The criteria for choosing your online program are a little different than those you might use to assess a traditional program. Consider the following:

  • What kind of certificate can you receive?
  • Who are the faculty and what is the teacher involvement with the students?
  • How long does it typically take to complete a course?
  • What materials do you need?
  • What is the cost of the course/program?

Once you have answers to these questions, you can make an educated decision about the best program for you.

The Reason

No one can say that a graphic designer with formal, educational training is “better” than one without. But, in the eyes of an employer you are most likely a stronger candidate if there is some form of graphic design school on that resume.

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