Online Design School

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Established in 1997, Sessions College for Professional Design offers online degree and certificate programs to prepare you for a creative career. A faculty of professional artists and designers at the premier online school of design provides an excellent online education in Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Media, Illustration, Advertising Design, and more.

Just getting started with your design school search? Chat with our friendly and knowledgeable admissions team. Browse our programs and explore course samples to find out how online design courses work. Check out the student gallery and featured portfolios. Visit our career center for information on top creative careers for design graduates.


military students

We're proud to serve U.S. Military servicemembers, veterans, and families. Find out more about applying your GI Bill, TA, MyCAA, and more.

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Considering a vocational program? Customize your program with our Program Builder. Choose concentrations and sign up for a virtual tour.

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  • 5 Feel-Good Artists to Follow on Behance

    5 Feel-Good Artists to Follow on Behance

    Thu, 17 Jul 2014
    If you're not already hooked on Behance, our list of feel-good artists should offer a look into the diverse range of styles featured across the site![...]
  • Top 8 Portfolio Sites for 2014

    Top 8 Portfolio Sites for 2014

    Tue, 15 Jul 2014
    In the age of social media, more designers are turning to hosted portfolio sites to share their work. We review our top portfolio sites of 2014.[...]
  • Who Designed It? The Grunge Typography of David Carson

    Who Designed It? The Grunge Typography of David Carson

    Thu, 10 Jul 2014
    Today's "Who Designed It?" celebrates designer David Carson, whose first book, The End of Print, is considered the best-selling graphic design book of all time.[...]
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