There are a number of accredited vocational schools that offer students the opportunity to earn a variety of degrees or certificates in desktop publishing. With degrees available that range from an associates up, and certificates for specific areas of study, students can obtain the education they need and desire for their career of choice.
Accredited programs are available for students to learn the skills necessary for designing web pages, brochures, advertisements, newsletters, and other forms of publications. Some educational programs may include coursework in areas like Photoshop, graphic communication, InDesign, Typography, layout and design, publication, visual graphics, and other related courses.
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Desktop publishers are trained to combine and format various types of data such as text, photographs, numbers, charts and other means to produce material for publication. With an education in graphic design
you will gain the knowledge and skills needed for a career in marketing and sales, promotions, and other areas to work for a variety of organizations.
Accredited vocational programs allow students to learn mass communications, typeface, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Publisher, digital design, branding, motion graphics, CorelDraw, media studies, packaging, and much more. Students who wish to obtain a degree in desktop publishing can learn to design websites
for a number of purposes, and for a wide range of companies.
Associates and bachelors degree are the most common for those with desktop publishing positions and degrees and certificates can be obtained from online schools as well. Certificates and degree in desktop publishing can provide the opportunity to work as an artist, communications
specialist, web page designer, public relations specialist, editor, writer, press worker, and more. Desktop publishers are also called publications specialists, layout artists, typographers, electronic publishers, and electronic publishing specialists.
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Ensuring accreditation is an important part of making sure that the education and degree you receive will be highly regarded by future employers and provides a quality education. There are several agencies like the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
that are approved to provide schools and colleges with full accreditation.
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