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Graphic Design Vocational Schools

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Graphic Design Vocational Schools offer the skills needed to become a working digital artist. Graphic Design Trade Schools teach animation, website design, interactive media design, digital art production, digital publishing, 2D and 3D computer graphics, DVD authoring, vector graphics, image processing, and much more. Vocational schools use a variety of software packages to teach students to create visual effects for movies, websites, video games, and other graphic design fields. Many Graphic Design Vocational Schools offer college degrees including an Associate of Arts in Business Administration (AABA) in Visual Communication; a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Graphics, and Multimedia; and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication. A bachelor’s degree is required for most graphic design positions, but an associate degree may suffice for entry-level positions .

Vocational Graphic Design graduates can find employment in printing and related support activities; specialized design services; advertising and related services; or book, newspaper, periodical, and directory publishing. Some designers find positions in engineering services or for scientific, management, or technical consulting firms. Graphic Design professionals also find jobs creating computer graphics for computer systems design firms or motion picture production firms.

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