Graphic Design Certificate Programs
A certificate program in design is a course offering certification that the student has passed a test or reached a specific standard of knowledge. A certificate may also be the name of an actual award. A design certificate may be offered by an institute of higher education.
Certificates are usually granted that a student has reached a standard of knowledge of a certain design subject, such as interior, fashion or graphic design. Certificate programs can be completed even quicker than that of an associate's degree.
Schools That Offer Graphic Design Certificate Degrees
With an education from an Art Institutes school, imagine what you could create.
- North Hollywood
- San Bernardino
- San Diego
ABCO Technology is engaged in the business of providing job training for all types of applications and software used in the real-world job environment.
- Los Angeles
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- San Luis Obispo
- Web Design Certificate Program
- 3D Animation Certificate Program
Latest Graphic Design Articles & News
Designers to submit artwork to wine label contest
Graphic designers and artists are now able to enter the annual Artist Series Wine Label Design contest for The Capital Grille, and can submit their creations until October 7, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Graphic designers fighting against new design opportunity at Huffington Post
The Huffington Post has recently issued a contest, asking graphic designers to create a new logo. However, the winning individual will not be paid for their design - they will only be recognized by name, rather than compensation, according to AdWeek.