Kentucky Wesleyan College was ranked fourth in the country for the 2021 Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Program in Graphic Design by Study.com.
The study considered hundreds of institutions nationwide and selected KWC based on academic and career resources, the quality of education, faculty and more.
“This high recognition for our online graphics degree program is quite an honor,” said Dr. Rebecca Francis, director of adult and online education and associate dean of Kentucky Wesleyan. “We focus on providing individualized attention with the added value of practical experience through internships. Our students thrive and excel.”
Heather Logsdon, coordinator of the graphic design program and chair of the Humanities Division, said their curriculum prepares online graphic design students for proficiency with industry and business operation skills as well as effective client communication.
“The program is accelerated and rigorous, and our graduates have a high employment rate,” Logsdon said. “Most majors are ready for employment by late in their junior year. Our progressive track emphasizes both academic theories and the creative aspects of graphic design. I must offer kudos to Josh Baldwin in Admissions. He is a great resource to students as they prepare to enter the program, and he answers questions promptly and ensures a smooth process as they begin.”
KWC offers 100% online degree programs in Business Administration, Criminal Justice and Criminology, General Studies, Graphic Design, Psychology and Religion. New terms begin every two months. For more information on Kentucky Wesleyan Online, visit kwc.edu/online.