1. Browse Graphic Design Programs

      Everywhere you look, you can see the work of Graphic Designers in our world. From advertising to television production and many other places, Graphic Designers are truly creating tomorrow. The graphic design programs at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh – Online Division are designed to prepare you to pursue a career in this fast-paced industry.

      Graphic Design (Bachelor's Degree)

      Our graphic design degree program provides you with the opportunity to develop an understanding of color and composition, design and typography. You will be trained in creative problem solving and learn to offer solutions that are effective in the business world.

      Graphic Design (Associate's Degree)

      In the Associate of Science Degree Program in Graphic Design, students learn the skills and techniques of computer graphics, electronic imaging and production using scanners, digital cameras and computer-based hardware and software.

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