The Art Institutes were established in 1962 with its main office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a system of private, profitable art colleges in more than 45 areas all over the United States. They provide practical training in the creative and applied arts offering master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degree programs in addition to non-degree programs. For the purpose of companies, the Institutes offer a significant supply of culinary, design, fashion and media arts experts.
The Art Institutes schools’ programs are carefully chosen and developed by industry experts and distinguished companies who inform the Institutes what skills are needed in the market. This means that the students’ education is specific, practical and efficient. The educational setting usually imitates what students will find at their workplace. The Institute professors work professionally in the fields they are teaching, therefore students will have a chance to learn what is currently happening in their particular area of study.
Every Art Institutes school includes a Career Services department with employees committed to supporting students by providing assistance services to students.
The Art Institutes offer the following programs: