Learn how to create web designs, animation, media apps, graphic designs, and digital works of art. You'll gain in-depth knowledge and experience on a range of industry standard software programs to strengthen your design and technology skills in several digital media platforms.
You'll learn the basics of computer art and design and how to integrate them with visual aesthetics to create a professional digital media portfolio to use towards an entry-level career as a graphics designer, animator, web designer, mobile application designer, gaming developer, sound designer, and an ever-growing list of design and web-based career choices.
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ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE: DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION AREA OF SPECIALIZATION
|CORE COURSES REQUIRED FOR THE MAJOR:||UNITS|
|RTVF 100 Introduction To Radio and Television or|
|JOUR 202 Introduction to Mass Communication or|
|DJRN 100 Mass Media in the Digital Age||3|
|RTVF 107 Audio Production||3|
|RTVF 118 Television Studio Operations||3|
|RTVF 140 Radio and TV Newswriting||
|RTVF 160 Introduction to Cinema||
|COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES FOR EMPHASIS IN DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION:|
|DMPR 151 Introduction to Multimedia||
|DMPR 152 Sound Design and Digital Audio Post Production||3|
|DMPR 153 Introduction to Nonlinear Editing||3|
|DMPR 154 Game Design||3|
|DMPR 155 Advanced Nonlinear Editing||3|
|DMPR 156 Video Special Effects||3|
|DMPR 157 Advanced Multimedia Production||3|
|Total = 36|