Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:Can you name a few Associates in Arts and Design options for specialization?
A:Associates in Arts and Design can be pursued in various specializations such as graphic designing, animations, interior designing, fashion designing, film making and photography.
Q:Can you tell me about eligibilities for associates in art and design?
A:If you wish to acquire an associate's degree in art and design, you will need to fulfill certain requirements. Requirements may vary from one institute to another. However, general requirements include a high school diploma or GED. You may also require some previous experience or skills in art and design as well.
Q:What can be my career options after completing an associate of arts degree?
A:Normally, associate degrees lead to entry level positions. With an associate in art degree, you have an option to pursue careers such as multimedia artist, printmaker, photographer, craft artist, and fine artist. An associate degree can give you basic knowledge, while a bachelor's degree will give you a broader knowledge of art.
Q:What are some of the specializations that I will be able to do with the associates in arts degree?
A:While pursuing the associate arts degree students can further specialize their studies by focusing on courses such as; 3-D animation, computer graphics, photography, film-making, fashion design, interior design and animation. The chosen specialization can lead to varied career options for graduates in the future. Students can continue to study in their chosen field by choosing to do a bachelor's degree in the field.