The Art Institutes system of schools is the premier provider of applied and creative arts education and offers programs in fashion design, interior design, media arts, and culinary arts. Our curricula receives input from industry leaders and top employers who tell us what skills they're looking for. We are proud to offer a relevant, practical and hands-on education to thousands of students around the country. The Art Institutes are offered at over forty locations across North America and award associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees, as well as non-degree certificates and diplomas.
At The Art Institutes, you'll learn to flex your professional and creative muscles by pitching ideas to your instructors and classmates, meeting deadlines, and working in teams. Many of our faculty work in the areas they teach, so students will learn current industry trends. In all of our courses and programs, instructors use technology and media to help you to realize your creative vision.
Media Arts Program
Our Media Arts programs of studies include a comprehensive drawing and design component. Media Arts students may study:
- Game Art & Design
- Media Arts & Animation
- Web Design & Interactive Media
- Audio & Media Technology
- Visual & Game Programming
- Visual Effects & Motion Graphics
If you're interested in The Art Institutes' fashion programs, you may choose to study fashion design, fashion marketing, or visual merchandising. Success in the fashion industry requires more than originality and enthusiasm, however--it's an extremely competitive business. That's why our fashion programs teach both creative and business skills for this dynamic industry.
Culinary Arts Program
The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes offer a variety of culinary arts and management courses, from bakery and pastry arts to wines, spirits, and beverage management. Culinary students learn and practice in professional kitchens and build their resumes by participating in internships or externships. Many of our locations also offer on-site restaurants for further experience.
From the rooms in our homes to the electric toothbrushes we use, our lives are made easier and more pleasant by design professionals. As a design student, you'll develop a strong portfolio that will demonstrate your skills to future employers. Earn your degree in advertising, graphic design, industrial design, or interior design.
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