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Top Graphic Design Programs in Nebraska
A top graphic design school is a school that’s affordable, convenient, and concerned about what happens to students after they graduate. A top school also has state-of-the-art production and computing facilities, it has a variety of social clubs and organizations, it offers easy access to cultural activities and recreation, and the class sizes are appropriate for the size of the institution. If you’re wondering who determines which schools belong on the “top schools” list, look no further than your peers (if you’re a student), alums, education bloggers, and small media outfits.
The factors used to determine which schools are the “best schools” are different. Factors include types of program offerings, graduation and retention rates, peer assessment, faculty resources, financial resources, and student selectivity. The people behind the “best schools” lists are quite “different” as well. Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and other similar organizations typically compile the nation’s most respected “best schools” lists. While the publishers of both lists and the factors used to determine which schools belong on each are different, in most cases, many of the same schools find their way onto both lists. This is the case in the state of Nebraska.
Nebraska is home to more than 40 accredited colleges and universities. Many made the list of top schools and the list of best schools. What’s even better is, Nebraska’s top schools offer some of the nations best graphic design programs. Continue reading to find out which Nebraska graphic design schools are tops, and what they have to offer. Please note that the schools are in order from largest to smallest student population.
Top Graphic Design School Programs Nebraska Major Cities
University of Nebraska Lincoln
Student Population: 19,383
Backdrop: Urban, 624-acre campus, easy access to Omaha
Degrees Offered: B. A., B. F. A. Studio Art with Graphic Design or New Genres Emphasis; B. F. A. Theatre - Film and New Media Production; M. F. A. Studio Art with New Genres Emphasis
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Student Population: 11,833
Backdrop: Urban, 503-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A., B. F. A. Studio Arts with Emphasis in Graphic Design, Independent Game Design, Intermedia, Visual Technology
Student Population: 829
Backdrop: Urban, 26-acre campus, easy access to Omaha
Degrees Offered: B. S. Graphic Design, Computing with Graphic Design/Web Design Emphasis
Top Graphic Design School Programs Nebraska Cities and Towns
University of Nebraska Kearney
Student Population: 5,031
Backdrop: Small town, 235-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. F. A. Visual Communication and Design
Wayne State College
Student Population: 2,938
Backdrop: Small town, 128-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A., B. S. Graphic Design
Chadron State College
Student Population: 2,199
Backdrop: Small town, 281-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A. Art with Graphic Design Option
Peru State College
Student Population: 2,142
Backdrop: Rural, 104-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A., B. S. Fine Arts with Graphic Design Option
Student Population: 1,385
Backdrop: Small town, 120-acre campus, easy access to Omaha
Degrees Offered: B. F. A. Graphic Design