The Art Institute of Michigan
The Art Institute of Michigan
The Art Institute of Michigan is one of The Art Institutes, a system of over fifty schools throughout North America dedicated to providing hands-on education in the creative and applied arts. The Art Institute of Michigan offer bachelor's and associate's degree programs as well as non-degree programs for students interested in pursuing career opportunities from among tomorrow's 15 million jobs in creative fields like design, fashion, media arts and culinary (based on information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for job growth from 2012 to 2022).
A focused education from The Art Institute of Michigan can help students turn their creative energy into a powerful tool that can make a difference in the world. Students are part of a collaborative and supportive community, where experienced instructors provide the guidance and skills needed to pursue a career in the creative economy.
The Art Institute of Michigan is also an important resource for creative industry leaders who value the opportunity provided students to learn by using professional-grade technology to build a portfolio of work to show potential employers after graduation.
Accreditation and Licensing
Novi is one of Michigan's fastest-growing cities. The area offers plenty of opportunities for recreation with its lakes and rolling hills, shopping at its malls, and entertainment at its many nightspots. Novi also has a quaint, walkable downtown area. Novi is just 25 miles from Detroit, offering students at The Art Institute of Michigan the best of both worlds--small-city convenience and big-city excitement.
Detroit brings to mind cars and music. The center of America's auto industry for a century, the city has seen its share of economic ups and downs, but it continues to reinvent itself and reinvigorate its manufacturing base. A number of local companies are working on emerging technologies, such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, information technology, and hydrogen fuel cell development.
For all its industry, Detroit is a very cosmopolitan city. Many of the area's prominent museums are located in the thriving, historic cultural district. Cultural highlights include the Motown Museum, the Tuskegee Airmen National Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, the Contemporary Art Institute, and the Belle Isle Conservatory.
Live music has been a big part of Detroit's nightlife since the late 1940s, and the area has many nationally prominent music venues. Important music events include the Detroit Jazz Festival, the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, the Motor City Music Conference, the Urban Organic Festival, the Concert of Colors, and the hip-hop Summer Jamz festival.
Detroit has a proud heritage of professional sports--it's one of the few cities that offers all four major pro sports. Baseball's Tigers play at Comerica Park; the Pistons play basketball in suburban Auburn Hills at The Palace of Auburn Hills; the Lions play football at Ford Field; and the Red Wings play hockey at Joe Louis Arena.
Location & Contact
|Graphic Design||Bachelor of Fine Arts/Associate of Applied Science|
|Interior Design||Bachelor of Fine Arts/Associate of Applied Science|
|Audio Production||Bachelor of Science
|Digital Photography||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|Media Arts & Animation||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|Web Design & Interactive Media||Bachelor of Fine Arts/Associate of Applied Science|
|Fashion Marketing & Management||Bachelor of Arts|
|Fashion Merchandising||Associate of Applied Science|
|Baking & Pastry||Diploma|
|Culinary Arts||Associate of Applied Science/Diploma|
|Culinary Management||Bachelor of Applied Science|
The Art Institute of Michigan provides a learning environment with professional-grade technology applicable to each student’s course of study. Students have the opportunity to build a portfolio of work that shows potential employers that they are trained to use the software, hardware, or equipment utilized within the industry. Depending upon the course of study, students are immersed in a creative environment—from classrooms to computer labs to studios—focused on relevant, hands-on education designed to prepare them for the real world.
Actual tuition and housing costs will vary depending on program, number of credits enrolled, and actual living arrangements. Prospective students should contact a Student Financial Services professional at the school for details.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Students who require financial assistance should first complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and meet with a financial aid officer. Students may also apply for a number of scholarships focusing on their specific areas of career interest.
Faculty members are hands-on creative professionals with proven experience as business leaders and innovators, hosting a learning environment similar to the career world students will face after graduation. Part instructor, part mentor, their mission is to help develop and transform creative potential into marketable skills. Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.
Prospective students should refer to the current academic catalog for full details regarding admission requirements and process.
Application and Information
To obtain an application, make arrangements for an interview, or tour the school, prospective students should contact:
The Art Institute of Michigan
28125 Cabot Drive, Suite 120
Novi, MI 48377
PHONE: 1.248.675.3800 or 1.800.479.0087
See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, federal salary data, alumni success, and other important info.
Programs, credential levels, technology, and scheduling options are subject to change. 28125 Cabot Drive, Suite 120, Novi, MI 48377 ©2015 The Art Institutes. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.