Digital Multimedia Design
Students earning a degree in Multimedia Design acquire the knowledge, skills, and conceptual framework necessary for entry-level positions in the graphic design and web publishing fields.
Through required courses and electives, students become familiar with creative graphic design, page layout, typography, digital imaging, web page design, and historical and social influences on the graphic arts and media.
After developing a sufficient base in both design theory and software applications, students are prepared to work in the following positions:
- Assistant Art Director
- Assistant Web Designer
- Production Assistant
- Digital Illustrator
- Digital Retoucher
BS students not only receive a sufficient base in both design theory and software applications used in the print and web environment, they also produce a professional-level print and web based portfolio of their work so that they may compete in the job market or apply to enter a masters-level design program to pursue an advanced degree. Eligible students can participate in the integrated technology merit fast track to start working towards their master's at the Graduate School of Technology while pursuing their bachelor's.
BS Requirements: 120 credits including 60 credits in Liberal Arts
AS Requirements: 60 credits including 30 credits in Liberal Arts