Jobs in interactive design and marketing are plentiful. From user experience (UX) designers to information architects to front-end designers and back-end developers, graduates of this program have skills that are extremely desirable to a variety of organizations, not to mention they command respectable salaries.
Get Support from Career Services
Career services at MCAD work two ways: we help you find work, and we help employers find you. Throughout the duration of any MCAD academic program, you’ll be making connections with instructors and colleagues who know the industry and the key players within it.
And the support doesn’t end once you complete your program. As an alum, you’ll have ongoing access to the resources and services of the career services office. In addition to listing professional opportunities online, we’ll help you with:
- job-seeking and networking strategies
- reviewing résumés, cover letters, and portfolios
- interview preparation
Basham completed his undergraduate work in a non-creative field, but he could never quite shake the desire to work in design.