Digital Media Technology Certificate Course Requirements, 2018
The Digital Media Certificate is designed to develop digital media skills for the creation of Web-based materials and interactive products. Emphasis is placed on desktop production. Skills in editing, compositing and visual effects are developed using cutting edge software. The certificate also emphasizes the underlying theories of design and learning that are essential for high quality products. This program is ideal for someone who has already earned a degree or is working in a related field who would like to update their skills.
A prerequisite to this certificate is the passing of a departmental computer skill competency exam or the completion of CIS-110 or CIS-111. Students may apply all coursework from this certificate program to the Associate Degree in Digital Media Technology.
||Course Hours Per Week||
|FIRST SEMESTER (Fall)|
|DME-110||Intro to Digital Media||2||2||3|
|GRD-151||Computer Design Basics||1||4||3|
|SECOND SEMESTER (Spring)|
|DME-120||Intro to Multimedia Appl||2||3||3|
|THIRD SEMESTER (Summer)|
|DME-140||Intro Audio/Video Media||2||2||3|
|FOURTH SEMESTER (Fall)|
|DME-130||Digital Animation I||2||2||3|
|FIFTH SEMESTER (Spring)|
|DME-220||Interact Multimedia Prog||2||2||3|
|Total Required Minimum Semester Hours Credit||