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Computer Graphic Design Career

Nearly everything you see in your day-to-day life was designed by a graphic designer. From the Web site you just visited to the cover of the magazine on your coffee table, to the packaging your morning coffee came in, most every graphic, illustrated, or photographic element you encounter was created on a computer by a graphic designer. If this is a career that interests you, consider enrolling in a computer graphic design program.

What You'll Learn in a Computer Graphic Design Program
Because the majority of graphic design work that takes place these days is done with computer programs, your coursework will necessarily cover the ins and outs of such programs, and how to use them to create new artwork or to manipulate existing images. You'll also likely study the various aspects of production and typography. A big part of your coursework will involve graphic design studio time, where you'll hone your skills designing real-world projects such as Web sites or publications.

The majority of entry-level positions in this highly competitive field require at least a bachelor's degree; however, associate degrees may be accepted by certain employers.

Planning for Computer Graphic Design Careers
Computer graphic design jobs are expected to grow, says the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Particularly in demand will be designers familiar with multimedia. With a degree in computer graphic design, your career options will be wide open. You may go to work for an advertising agency, for a corporate in-house marketing department, at a Web publishing house, in TV or film, or for yourself. The BLS says that about one in four graphic designers are self-employed.

But graphic design jobs are highly coveted, and only the most talented, committed professionals with the most training will find success.

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