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*Per College policy Individual students may be required to take COL 101.
* ART 1105 also fulfills the SCC computer literacy requirement.
** The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in math or English courses. If a student places into lower-level courses than are required for his/her degree, then the student needs to first enroll in such courses before enrolling in the required courses.
What Is Graphic Design A.F.A.?
The Associate of Fine Arts degree is a professional transfer degree for students planning to pursue a bachelor's degree with a concentration in graphic design or studio fine arts at either a four-year college, university or art school. The degree provides experience in selected areas to prepare students for a career in a creative arts profession.
Employment of craft and fine artists is projected to grow 2 percent from 2014 to 2024. Employment growth of artists depends in large part on the overall state of the economy, because purchases of art usually are optional.
In the state of Missouri, employees working in the fine arts field earn a mean average of $48,780 per year, depending on education, experience and employer. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics