Do you have a creative and artistic side? Interested in merging high-tech computer skills with your artistic vision? Have you considered Digital Art and Design at Dallas Community Colleges to train for this exciting career? If this sounds like a career for you, keep reading.
What is Digital Art and Design?
Digital art students use computers to create and design art. They often work in digital photography, animation, electronic sound and music, graphic design, and other digital or interactive media. Our multidisciplinary approach integrates a traditional art curriculum with Digital Art and Design in small classes with accessible instructors.
What Kinds of Digital Art and Design Degrees and Certificates Are Available?
- Credit hours: 60
- Program length: four semesters
- Estimated cost: $3,540
- Credit hours: 36
- Program length: three semesters
- Estimated cost: $2,124
- Credit hours: 21
- Program length: two semesters
- Estimated cost: $1,239
Note: Costs are estimated and do not include expenses for textbooks or other materials. Don’t live in Dallas County? Your tuition rate may vary. Calculate your tuition.
What Jobs Can I Get?
Degrees and certificates in the Digital Art and Design program may lead to the following jobs or careers:
- Graphic designer
- Multimedia artist/animator
- Web developer or designer
- Digital developer
- Information architect
Where Can I Work With a Degree/Certificate in Digital Art and Design?
- Governmental agencies
- Nonprofit organizations
- Educational institutions
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects job growth of 16% for graphic designers, 17% for multimedia artists and animators and 37% for web developers through 2024 in Texas.
- To get started, complete the Dallas Community Colleges the admissions process and meet with an academic advisor at Cedar Valley or North Lake college to discuss which classes you should take.
- Check out the course schedule to get an idea of how your studies will fit within your busy lifestyle.
- Check out the Digital Art and Design Guided Pathways.
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