American InterContinental University
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Visual Communication - Web Design and Development
AIU Online's BFA in Visual Communication degree completion program with a specialization in Web Design and Development can help prepare students to become creative and technically proficient professionals with industry-current knowledge and skills. Some specific areas of study include:
- Learn to visually communicate ideas and complex concepts
- Develop design ideas through creative research
- Gain knowledge of the technologies that are used in the web design industry
- Get a better understanding of how web design is practiced in today's business world.
AIU's BFA in Visual Communication degree completion program with a specialization in Web Design and Development can help prepare students interested in developing and enhancing exciting careers as: Web Designer, Digital Artist, Flash Designer, Web Producer and Internet Marketing Designer. This program features industry-relevant coursework taught by faculty members, many with real-world experience in the field. Learning from experienced instructors, you can absorb applicable, relevant knowledge which can immediately be applied to today's dynamic web design industry.
This degree is an accelerated program that can be completed online with great flexibility . AIU is aware that focused professionals need to keep their knowledge and expertise current with industry standards in order to be acknowledged for their accomplishments and considered for the future, so AIU degree programs are updated to keep pace with the ever-changing theories and practices of their respective disciplines .The AIU community believes it has a special commitment to support each individual's goals and emphasis on the educational, professional, and personal growth of each student.
This is a Bachelor's degree completion program and assumes that all associate-level requirements have been met through an associate degree or the equivalent.
American InterContinental University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.