The Multimedia (Digital Arts) degree program prepares students for careers in the field of interactive multimedia production used in business, marketing, education, entertainment and the World Wide Web. Students learn interactive multimedia design, authoring and production including graphics, audio, video and animation. Graduates leave with a portfolio of work and internship experience that prepares them for careers as multimedia producers, web designers, project managers or media production specialists.
This degree program takes full-time students about two years to complete. Part-time students may take longer depending on course load. Individual progress and need for additional coursework may affect the time it takes for degree completion. Students are encouraged to transfer to bachelor’s degree programs after MxCC.
Most jobs available with a two-year degree are entry-level multimedia positions. Some students may choose to become self-employed and freelance their skills. Click here for additional information.
The Multimedia degree program requires 60-61 credits, including program requirements, electives and general education courses. The following sequence of courses is strongly recommended. Both full-time and part-time students should contact a multimedia faculty member before registering. Students should take foundation courses first then choose other courses as desired or necessary.
For more information, contact
Professor Rick Eriksen
Snow Hall 407