I would like to make some clarifications to what Justin has previously said that will probably confuse things even further. Going through Entertainment Design or Illustration Design or whatever else, does not determine what you end up doing work-wise. And most certainly none of these majors "guarantee" you work regardless of what you have been told. Just because you spend 150k for education it does not qualify you automatically for anything.
ON a different note, in contrast to what Justin says, I do not believe the closed track approach that Entertainment Design has opted is a good thing. I did not go into that major for the simple fact that it is constricting and limits my options and skillset. I consider myself versatile and I want to bank on versatility and survivability. Don't put all your money on one single bet because there is a lot of people that want to do what you want to do and chances are there are always people who are a whole lot better than you(I'm talking in general terms).
My point in saying this is in the hope that we can go back to the tradition that has been lost at Art Center of trans-disciplinary education.
So keep your head open for as many ideas as possible, don't pidgeonhole yourself even before you went into the marketplace.