Masters in Visual Communications. Put Your Visual Communication Skills On A Fast Track
Ready to Level Up with a
Master’s Degree in Visual Communications?
Hodges knows how important it is to you to earn more money while taking your marketing career to the next level. Learn about the visual and communication arts industry and how you can extend your career by combining academic knowledge and managerial competence with our MA in Visual Communications.
Our Master’s Visual Communications Online Degree gives you the flexibility you need to learn on your time and at your pace. Entirely online, this degree will provide you with the foundation you need to manage creative marketing staff while providing a foundation of the visual communication arts. This is designed to be a one year program that will prepare you to earn more while managing design and visual arts staff.
Earn More Money with our Master of Arts Degree in Visual Communications
The outlook for marketing management is excellent with an anticipated 10% increase in positions, according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics. Compared to those with a Bachelor’s Degree, you have the potential to earn approximately $20,000 more per year (median wage).
Businesses will continue to develop marketing strategies and understanding how visual communications increases the engagement and interaction of people with a brand is critical to the future success of corporations and small businesses alike.
Working in the corporate sector, you will have a direct role in how marketing professionals develop visual communications that matter. Understanding how visual communications can either make or break the success of an organization will allow you to leverage higher paying jobs. With our MA in Visual Communications, you will learn to implement strategic communication that will lead your employer into the future.
Workers Who Benefit from A Master’s in Visual Communications
Those working in the marketing sector sometimes earn a lower income than average workers in other business sectors. When you obtain your Master’s in Design and Visual Communications it puts you in a position to earn more, even if you opt to stay in the same position.
According to the O*Net, job positions that can benefit from a Master’s Degree Include:
- Graphic Designer – $30,938 – $61,276
- Creative Director – $46,674 – $154,264
- Public Relations Specialist – $32,766 – $70,509
- Marketing Director – $45,207 – $148,035
- Sales Director – $47,437 – $151,705
(All wage information gathered from www.payscale.com)
Our Master’s Degree in Visual Communications Program offers you the ability to better understand the theory and history of what goes into interactive designs so that you can deliver exceptional products that will push your career forward.
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The Hodges University Difference
Fisher School of Technology
The Master’s in Visual Communications is available through the Fisher School of Technology at Hodges U. Designed for professionals committed to advancing in their technology careers; you’ll find the Fisher School of Technology dedicated to the success of our students.
The Fisher School of Technology offers a wide variety of programs in technology, information systems, digital design and graphics, and information and business analysis. Additionally, we are guided by the principles that make Hodges University a great place to earn your degree.
- Small Class Sizes
- One-on-one, individual attention with our students. You’re never a number at Hodges University.
- Our faculty is available to our students by phone, email, or chat so that you get the answers you need when you need them.
- Our faculty brings real-world experience to the classroom, preparing you to take on a job in your chosen career field.
- We offer degree programs available on campus, online, and a hybrid of both on-campus and online. We are here to help you choose the right pathway of education that will allow you to achieve your educational goals, whether accelerated learning or cost savings are of utmost priority.
- Our programs are primarily applied science programs with real-world lab scenarios that teach you how to handle a multitude of situations that typically arise in the day to day operations of a business.
- Our programs offer students the ability to earn certifications that correlate to their degree specialization.
Get started with the Fisher School of Technology today!
Eliana Tardio – Communications and Media
What is the biggest challenge you have faced and how did you overcome it?
I would say it is hard to adapt to the new culture as an immigrant in this country. People like me have to work hard to show their value. In my case, I decided to go back to school and graduate for the second time because I knew I was never going to be successful without a degree in the U.S. Many times, we have to be strong enough to repeat things twice to be sure people understand our accent and recognize we have something important to say. However, I couldn’t be more grateful and more proud every step of the way. Every challenge gives us the possibility to become stronger and wiser, and I would say I am happy to be where I am today. Nothing would have been possible without every good and challenging thing in my life.
What does receiving a degree at Hodges mean to you?
It means a lot. It means everything is possible when we are determined to achieve our dreams. It means everyone can do it at any age and under any circumstance, and it means the American dream is for real when we are determined to follow the right steps and commit to changing our lives for good.
What is one piece of advice you would give to students who are considering Hodges University?
I would tell them that choosing the right career is always an opportunity to grow as an individual because you don’t feel forced to complete a lesson or a class. Instead, you feel inspired and motivated to expand your personal abilities and be creative, to be your own boss, and to make the change you want to see happening in the world. Getting a degree is not about the title. It is about the knowledge that transforms you so you can become a better person.