May 24, 2020
The Digital Media Level 1 Certificate degree plan focuses on three areas of concentration as they apply to web/graphic design, interactive media design, and instructional design. This program will introduce latest design issues and best practices as they relate to all types of digital media.
This offering is available in the following modes:
Face-to-face, Fully online
With this award, you may seek jobs such as:
Web Design, Development, HTML, Interactive Media, Social Media, Graphics
Related Degrees and Certificates:
Digital Media A.A.S.
♦ — This symbol indicates the offering is also available fully online.
Total Credit Hours Required: 33
*** denotes Milestone course(s).
A milestone course is a course that is critical for success in this program.
Additional Program Information
Digital Media focuses on three areas of concentration as they apply to web/graphic design, interactive media design, and instructional design. This degree plan’s focus is to provide students with the necessary entry level/intermediate skills required for positions in the current digital industry. Students will explore various current industry client side scripting and programming languages; as well as be able to create and design for various interfaces and instructional materials. This program will introduce latest design issues and best practices as they relate to all types of digital media.
Program CIP: 11.080100
Major Code: DMED
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