Graphic Arts & Design Schools Online

Graphic Design - Web Design - Animation - Filmmaking - Fashion Design - Game Design - Photography

Going to school online is a great way for somebody with a busy schedule to get a degree for career advancement or to change careers entirely. Some reasons to choose an online education include flexibility, open scheduling, no commute, pacing and a much wider choice of programs that may not be available in their location.

For answers about how to apply, financial aid, class schedules, or scholarship availability, simply find a school you're interested in by filling out the form to the right, find a school(s) that meets your requirements and fill out the form. A representative from the school will contact you directly to answer any questions you might have about their graphic arts programs.

Don't worry about the Zip Code field. Just put your Zip Code in and we'll find online programs currently available nationwide.

Graphic Arts & Designer Statistics Nationwide

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in May of 2013, there were 194,360 graphic designers employed nationawide, up from the previous year, earning an annual median salary of $49,610, also up from the year before. That works out to a mean hourly wage of about $23.85.

Here's a breakdown of some other graphic arts numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Occupation

Annual Mean Wage

Mean Hourly Wage

Graphic Designer $49,610 $23.85
Audio & Video Equipment Techs $45,830 $22.03
Photographers $37,190 17.88
Multimedia Artists & Animators $72,400 $34.81
Commercial & Industrial Designers $64,570 $31.04
Fashion Designers $73,570 $35.37
Web Developers $67,540 $32.47

 

A Selection of Schools Offering Online Programs in Graphic Arts and Design

The Art Institute of Philadelphia
Kaplan Career Institute
Carrington College California
Globe University
Penn Foster Career School Online
Westwood College Online

 


Online Graphic Design Schools