From Maine to Arizona to Washington State, every state in America has its fair share of top schools. In the state of Arizona, several schools make frequent appearances on many “top schools” lists. According to the student groups, alums, and bloggers, these schools make the cut based on cost, location, access to facilities, job placement services, types of clubs and organizations, access to cultural and recreational opportunities, student population, and more. That said, many of Arizona’s top schools also make their way onto a number of “best schools” lists.
U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, and Forbes are some of the world’s most-respected sources of information about colleges. They typically base decisions about which colleges make the list based on a different set of factors. Faculty resources financial resources, student selectivity, graduation and retention rates, number of program offerings, and peer assessment are some of the most common considerations.
Continue reading to find out which Arizona graphic design schools are at the top of both lists and what they have to offer. Please note that the top schools listed below are in order from largest to smallest student population.
Top Graphic Design School Programs Arizona
Student Population: 27,069
Backdrop: Urban, 3-acre campus, easy access to all of Phoenix
Degrees Offered: A. A., B. F. A. Graphic Design; B. S. Game Production
The Art Center College of Design
Student Population: 304
Backdrop: Urban, 2-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A. Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration
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