Kansas Visual Communication Schools

Kansas Visual Communication Industry Outlook:

The graphics that come on when you power up on your cellular device, the banners that flash across your screen as your surf the web all have a visual communication expert of some kind behind them. Graduates with communication degrees could find they are working for a multiple service communication provider. Career oriented professionals who can multitask may specialize in market research, client training or product branding. Specialty titles to consider:

  • Emergency Communication
  • Visual Information Specialist
  • Associate Copy Writer

kansas visual communication schools

Communications Technician for the National Park Service is being offered at over $30,000 per year – talk about a great view from the office! Successful companies include Cox Communications, Eagle Communications, and March of Dimes, Applebee’s Services and Delta Dental. Full-time Communications positions offered in Kansas include:

  • Analyst (Fort Scott)
  • Specialist (Topeka)
  • Assistant (Overland Park)
  • Manger (Lenexa)
  • Coordinator (Wichita)
  • Director of Communications (Overland Park)
  • Supervising Art Director (Overland Park)

Kansas Visual Communication Salary and Working Conditions:

Knowledge and skills in new technology and communication tools could pay off in the long term. Professionals are needed to advise clients of all types of visual media, advanced training and education gives negotiating power and interesting opportunities statewide.

A list of average Kansas Visual Communication salaries is available below:

Position Annual Salary
Marketing Communication Director $140,000
Director of Marketing $117,000
Associate Art Director $59,000
Senior Art Director $75,000
Source: Indeed.com 2009  

Schools offering online and campus-based education programs in Kansas:

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