Those who work in the digital media field enjoy a wide range of opportunities, depending on their specialty. Fields include motion picture and video, software publishing, advertising, public relations and related services, web and interactive design services.
The following classes can be taken as part of our certificate and degree programs, can help satisfy the elective requirements for the Associate in Arts degree or meet the common prerequisites for your chosen four-year major.
Learn your craft using the latest software technology, including Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Avid Pro Tools and Logic Pro 9. A full working studio is decked out with a green screen, a sound-proof audio editing booth and high-end iMacs with video editing decks that are run through 42-inch LCD monitors. Each year, digital media students can compete in the Semmy Awards, an annual event open to all SPC and high school students.
Our Associate in Science degree in Digital Arts, Media and Interactive Web Design gives you broad, transferable skills for working in the digital and multimedia industry. You gain technical and production skills, planning, management, finance, principles of technology, labor and community issues.
Our digital media certificates transfer to specific sub-plans of our A.S. degree in Digital Arts, Media and Interactive Web Design. This 64-credit-hour degree can benefit you if you're working in the field and want to update your design and computer skills.
Specific essential skills are considered crucial for student success and program completion in the Digital Art, Media and Interactive Web program. Students and potential students should carefully review these essential skills to consider if they are able to perform these basic proficiencies.
If a student cannot demonstrate the abilities identified above, it is the responsibility of the student to request an appropriate accommodation with the Disability Resources office. Determination of a reasonable accommodation will be made on an individual basis and the accommodation cannot fundamentally alter the nature of the program offered, impose an undue hardship, or jeopardize safety.
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