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The Art Institute of Fort Worth - A campus of South University

The Art Institute of Fort Worth, a campus of South University, is located in the "City of Cowboys and Culture." The city was established in 1849 and continues to embrace its western heritage, evident in architecture and nicknames like the Sundance Square, an area downtown. Sundance Square, along with other spots, affords students the opportunity to enjoy nightlife, culture, dining, and shopping. Companies located in Fort Worth include American Airlines and Pier 1 Imports.

The Art Institute of Fort Worth A campus of South University 7000 Calmont Avenue Suite 150 Fort Worth, TX 76116

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Advertising Design (BFA) Inquire Now! inquire now!
Memorable advertisements are the result of a creative person who blends inventive ideas with the knowledge to bring those ideas to life. The Advertising Design program provides you with knowledge of design, typography, and color theory. You'll learn to utilize industry-related computer software as you create and design you own advertisements. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as graphic designers and graphic artists.

Fashion & Retail Management (BFA) Inquire Now! inquire now!
The Fashion & Retail Management program teaches you to develop, analyze, and implement sales strategies including buying and merchandising practices, inventory control, and cost analysis. You'll also learn about coordinating runway shows, sales consultation, and working with manufacturers' representatives. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as retail and wholesale sales, stylist, management trainee, and visual merchandiser.

Graphic Design (BFA/AAA) Inquire Now! inquire now!
In the Graphic Design program, you'll study design, typography, and color theory. Industry-specific software is utilized to help you learn to create everything from logos and posters to packaging, Web sites, and corporate identity packages. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as advertising designer, computer artist, freelance artist, graphic designer, or layout artist.

Interior Design (BFA) Inquire Now! inquire now!
In the Interior Design program, you'll study the design, safety, and usability issues of creating the spaces that we live, work, and play within. Coursework focuses on space planning, traffic patterns, and the colors, surfaces, and furnishings that make surroundings comfortable and livable. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as draftsperson, facilities planner, interior designer/decorator, or space planner.

Photography (BFA) Inquire Now! inquire now!
The Photography program teaches you composition, lighting, and equipment use. Darkroom techniques, color, and design are explored both on location and in a studio. You'll develop business skills as you fine-tune your eye for detail. Both digital and film will be utilized. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment such as commercial photographer, digital photographer, industrial photographer, photo lab technician, or photojournalist.

Web Design & Interactive Media (BFA/AAS) Inquire Now! inquire now!
The Web Design & Interactive Media program prepares students for careers designing and developing Web sites and interactive/multimedia software products. Design for the World Wide Web and interactive media is a dynamic and rapidly evolving multi-billion dollar industry that includes products running not only on conventional computers but also on devices such as kiosks, museum displays, personal digital assistants, and cell phones. Design for interactive media and the Web is an essential part of businesses worldwide, as well as the education, scientific, and entertainment industries.

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