RMCAD Online Graphic Design Program Ranked in top Ten by TheBestSchools.Org

Posted February 11th, 2014 at 5:56PM

In an article published in February 2014, TheBestSchools.org ranked Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design third on its list of Top Ten Graphic Design Online Bachelor’s Programs. The article details ten standout colleges and explores the unique attributes of each online graphic design program.

Rankings at TheBestSchools.org are based on academic excellence, course offerings, accomplishment of faculty, return on investment, and reputation. RMCAD was noted for the unique path RMCAD students follow, and the distinctive environment in which they study.

The article explains:

RMCAD’s program follows a logical sequence of specific studio courses, which become progressively difficult as you advance in your studies. Upon graduation with a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, you will have the knowledge and skill it takes to create original, striking, and useful designs that make a real difference.

The Graphic Design program at RMCAD goes beyond the typical design program of studies. At RMCAD, you as a student will delve deeper, learning to identify, analyze, and solve graphic-design problems, while exploring a humanistic, aesthetic, and functional approach to visual composition. Thanks to RMCAD’s highly specialized curriculum, when they graduate students are equipped to embark upon careers in a variety of design fields, including product design, publishing, advertising, web design, and more.

The RMCAD student body includes a growing on-campus population of active-duty service members, veterans, and their dependents. The entering class of fall 2013 contained the largest veteran population in the college’s 50-year history.

The article also recognizes Savannah College of Art and Design, the Academy of Art University, Full Sail University, and several others. RMCAD is pleased to be recognized among these top schools and looks forward to a continued presence on the forefront of art and design programs across the nation.

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