Graphic Design Programs in Kansas

Ask the average student “what’s the most important thing to consider when searching for a school?” and the response will likely be “how much it costs.” This doesn’t mean that the average student doesn’t care about issues such as “quality of education,” and exclusivity, it just means that in today’s cash-strapped society, the average student can’t afford to spend hundreds of thousands on a college education. Fortunately, the U.S. is well stocked with top schools that offer a quality education at an affordable cost. Many of these schools are located in the state of Kansas.

Kansas’s top schools have a lot in common. In addition to being affordable, they are convenient, they have comfortable class sizes, and state-of-the-art facilities. They also offer a variety of social clubs and other organizations, they offer easy access to recreational and cultural opportunities, and they have excellent career centers. Kansas’s top schools offer a variety of programs for artists and designers, especially graphic designers. Students have the option of earning a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B. F. A), and even a Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in graphic design.

Continue reading to find out which Kansas colleges and universities made the list of top graphic design school programs, and what they have to offer. Please note that the top schools listed below are in order by student population from largest to smallest.

Top Graphic Design School Programs Kansas Major Cities

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Kansas State University
Student Population: 19,205
Backdrop: City, 668-acre campus
Degrees Offered: B. A., B. F. A. Art with Concentration in Digital Arts, Graphic Design; M. F. A. Graphic Design

Top Graphic Design School Programs Kansas Other Cities and Towns

Emporia State University
Student Population: 4,066
Backdrop: Small town, 207-acre campus, easy access to Wichita
Degrees Offered:  B. F. A. Art with Concentration in Graphic Design


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