Visual Communication Effective visual communication is one of the most important aspects of a business in order for it to succeed.

Visual communication deals with telling stories, ideas, etc. through the use of images. Every business uses this in some shape or form and the mastery of it can truly move a business to the next level.

While you are able to attain a two-year associate's degree at a junior college, a four-year bachelor's degree is quickly becoming a prerequisite requirement for jobs in this area. A visual communications degree contains many media disciplines, with coursework in image analysis techniques, design, graphic design, photography, television, computer graphics, visual persuasion, Web design, media layout, animation, and more similar classes.

Students can also learn about computer illustration, Web design, layout design for websites, how to efficiently generate content as well as proficiency in other visual communication fields. Accredited online colleges have curricula that focus on different aspects of visual communications. If you request information from our schools on what universities or design centers have to offer in their curricula, it can help you match the schools to your particular interests.

Schools Offering Associates Degrees in Visual Communication

The Art Institutes

The Art Institutes offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Advertising Design
  • Commercial Photography
  • Design & Technical Graphics
  • Design Management
  • Design Research
  • Design Visualization
  • Digital Design
  • Drafting Technology & Design
  • Illustration
  • Visual Arts

Brown Mackie College

Brown Mackie College offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Architectural Design & Drafting Technology (Associates Degree)