Every year, our graduates find themselves shaping the future of design for interactions at consultancies and tech firms, and in a growing number of industries driven to leverage the power of design thinking. Not only do our graduates find employment quickly, they find themselves as the most sought after candidates in the Design field.
2017 Employers and Job Titles
|1185 Design||Design Intern||Palo Alto||CA|
Lead UX Designer
|Capital One||Design Development Associate||Tysons||VA|
|CapSen Robotics||Industrial Design Intern||Pittsburgh||PA|
|Carnegie Mellon University||Research Associate||Pittsburgh||PA|
|Dropbox||Product Designer||San Francisco||CA|
|Fusion 360 Studios||Autodesk||Pittsburgh||PA|
|IA Collaborative||Interaction Designer||Chicago||IL|
|Korea Telecom||UX Designer||Seoul||South Korea|
|User Experience Designer||San Francisco||CA|
|Associate Experience Designer||Sunnyvale||CA|
|Palantir Technologies||Product Designer||Palo Alto||CA|
|PNC Financial Services||Experience Designer||Pittsburgh||PA|
|Priceline||Product Designer||New York||NY|
|Processly||Co-Founder / Designer||Pittsburgh||PA|
|R/GA||UI/UX Design Intern||New York||NY|
|$62,000 - $130,000||$100,000||$102,500|
Employment by Geographic Region
Source: Post-graduation data compiled from 81% of graduating Design Bachelor's students. This includes students who graduated in August 2016, December 2016, & May 2017.
Note: Some recent graduates chose not to provide employer, job title, salary, and/or graduate school information in their response. This information includes all full-time salaries reported with the exception of internships, military service, or those positions outside the U.S.
Updated with information as of December 2017