According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers for Graphic Designers are expected to add over 22,000 jobs, while careers for Web Designers and UX/UI Designers are expected to grow much faster than average at 8% or higher through the year 2029.1
Preparing now means you’ll be ready for the jobs of the future.
As a graduate of the Bryan University Associate Degree in Graphic Design, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to be job-ready for entry-level career opportunities2 such as:
From Fortune 500 companies to nonprofit organizations, the demand for capable designers continues to grow. You’ll lead a rewarding career in employment settings such as:
Bryan U’s Associate Degree in Graphic Design gives you the technical skills and soft skills that employers want including:
As a Bryan University student, you’ll receive valuable benefits that are included in tuition at no extra charge that will build your resume and establish your credibility in the marketplace, including:
Your investment in a Bryan University credential provides an online educational experience like no other:
At Bryan, we don’t think learning online means learning alone. Connect with faculty, peers, and student support conveniently from your smart phone, tablet, or computer using Zoom, a user-friendly video app. You’ll join a vibrant community who will provide support and celebrate your success along the way. You’ll not only develop friends and colleagues, but you’ll also build a professional network—for life.
You’ll receive a dedicated career services advisor that provides job search assistance, job networking best practices, interview preparation, and helps you create an eye-catching resume.
You can enroll in the UX/UI Design Undergraduate Certificate and the Associate Degree in Graphic Design concurrently. This means once you complete your certificate, you can get to work sooner while completing your associate degree. If you have prior college credit, or you have already completed an associate degree at another institution, we will accept as many credits as possible (and potentially your entire associate degree) to help accelerate your Bryan program.
1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2020-21 Edition. Also see https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/15-1255.00 and https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/27-1024.00. Sites visited on 7/5/2021.
2Example occupations shown herein do not imply a guarantee of employment. Students are responsible for conducting occupational research for their chosen program. Employers have unique hiring practices and job-specific requirements, which may include years of experience for manager positions. Graduates with little to no prior experience should expect an entry-level position.