Graphic design prerequisites
Breaking into the graphic design career doesn't have to require a four-year Bachelor's degree. With courses, workshops, and certificate programs from American Graphics Institute (AGI), you can get the hands-on training you need to start gaining graphic design skills in as little as one day.
About Graphic Design Prerequisites
While it's true that you may need prerequisites, such as general education credits, to complete a four-year graphic design degree from a major university, licensed schools like AGI allow you to complete standalone courses and workshops—as well as certificate programs—without the need for prior education or experience in the field of graphic design.
Classes and workshops which are offered both online and in-person, can often be completed in as little as one day. Meanwhile, a graphic design certificate program has no prerequisites and can be completed in as little as four weeks for students who are enrolled full-time.
If you've been holding off on a graphic design education opportunity because you don't have the prerequisites for a four-year degree, it may be time to reframe your thinking about graphic design education. You can explore more than 100 graphic design training courses and enroll completely online, or talk with an experienced consultant who can assist with the course selection process.