December 16, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | 1 Comment Officials from the Stevens-Henager College’s Salt Lake City/Murray campus announced that they will begin offering an online bachelor’s degree in graphics art. The web-based curriculum is designed to be completed within 36 months. However, through the school’s FastFlex schedule, students can obtain a bachelor’s degree in 30 months. College officials said that the program is geared toward helping students hone their creative skills while teaching business intelligence and technical proficiency specific to their course of study. Furthermore, students will take classes involving web page design, Photoshop, typography, layout design, Flash and animation. Enrollees also receive an Apple computer upon acceptance into the program, which they may keep after graduation. Individuals who are accepted into the program can start classes within a month. Students are required to participate in an online interview. Furthermore, they must declare how they plan to cover the cost of tuition. According to the 2010 Sloan Survey of Online Learning, nearly 5.6 million students in more than 2,500 colleges and universities in the U.S. were taking at least one web-based course in the fall semester of 2009.