The Art Institute of Austin, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.24 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.22 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.22 responses
Most Popular Majors
Recording Arts Technician33 Graduates
Web Page and Digital Design23 Graduates
Game and Interactive Media Design20 Graduates
Graphic Design20 Graduates
Cinematography and Video Production18 Graduates
Fashion and Apparel Merchandising17 Graduates
Baking and Pastry Arts11 Graduates
Commercial Photography9 Graduates
Restaurant and Food Services Management9 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Colleges like The Art Institute of Austin, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston
- CThe Art Institute of Houston
- 4 Year
- Houston, TX
- 432 reviews
- CThe Art Institute of Dallas, a campus of South University
- 4 Year
- Dallas, TX
- 237 reviews
- NGThe Art Institute of San Antonio, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston
- 4 Year
- San Antonio, TX
- 94 reviews
- NGMediaTech Institute - Dallas
- 2 Year
- Dallas, TX
- 7 reviews
The Art Institute of Austin, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston Reviews
Review The Art Institute of Austin, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston
The Art Institute of Austin is a great place from what I can tell so far. Everyone that has attended me and helped me get enrolled and accepted into the school were extremely helpful and very nice! I really look forward to learning Game Design there because It seems like everyone is going to focus on helping you succeed; they make you feel like they actually care about you and you are not just a number to them.
I am so excited to start at the Art Institute of Austin next month, they really cater to helping you and what your needs are not just the general population.
I have taken several online courses and even though they do differ from the traditional classroom based experience, they are set up so that they are very interactive. I have options to video chat with my instructors, access the textbook digitally, as well as the assignments for the courses. There are discussion forums available to stimulate conversation and interaction between the students. Overall I think it is a pretty great system and I like the fact that the courses are a bit shorter, only 5 weeks.