Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Skill: Graphic Design

Graphic Design Median Salary by Degree/Major Subject

C$0C$99K

bachelor of arts (BA)
203 profiles
C$45,425

Bachelor of Design (BDes)
109 profiles
C$45,424

college diploma
66 profiles
C$49,359

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Certificate (Cert), Graphic Design
65 profiles
C$45,999

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
49 profiles
C$51,436

Graduate Certificate, Graphic Design
46 profiles
C$48,246

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
39 profiles
C$45,932

bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
33 profiles
C$48,054

Advanced Diploma (AD)
27 profiles
C$44,862

bachelor of science (bs / bsc)
21 profiles
C$48,120

Master of Arts (MA)
16 profiles
C$55,000

Post Graduate Certificate, Graphic Design
15 profiles
C$46,333

Graduate Certificate, Advertising & Graphic Design
14 profiles
C$41,763

Bachelor of Technology (BT / BTech)
10 profiles
C$40,902

Certificate (Cert), Advertising & Graphic Design
8 profiles
C$50,000

Certificate (Cert), Graphic Design, Illustration
8 profiles
C$42,907

Master of Design (MDes)
8 profiles
C$58,500

Master of Architecture (MArch)
7 profiles
C$71,216

Diploma (Dipl)
6 profiles
C$41,500

Technical diploma
6 profiles
C$49,607

Graduate Diploma
6 profiles
C$38,974

BACHELOR's DEGREE
6 profiles
C$43,494

Certificate (Cert), Marketing
5 profiles
C$58,958

GraphIc design
5 profiles
C$45,009

Certificate (Cert), Multimedia & Web Design
5 profiles
C$57,149

Master of science (ms)
5 profiles
C$48,000

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)
5 profiles
C$64,069

cOMMUNICATIONS
5 profiles
C$40,724

Associate of Business Administration (ABA)
4 profiles
C$44,500

Graduate certificate
4 profiles
C$53,000

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  • Country: Canada
  • Currency: CAD
  • Updated: 14 Oct 2017
  • Individuals Reporting: 1,007
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