The Center for New Media


As part of the consolidation of Connecticut’s Community Colleges, Middlesex Community College and The Center for New Media will be transitioning our programs and courses to the new consolidated college, CT State, beginning with the Fall 2023 semester.  All currently existing Middlesex Community College programs will end in summer 2023.

All “Digital Media Production” associates degrees and certificates will become “New Media Production” retaining the same specialization areas, e.g., Audio & Music, Film & Video, etc.  The Communication Studies degree will keep the same name but have minor changes to program requirements. A new Communication degree will be available at the Middlesex campus with specializations in Journalism and Media Production.  A new associates degree program in music production called, Music Industry, will also be available at the Middlesex campus.

All courses will have new numbers and some courses will have changes to the titles. Some courses currently classified as “Communication” (COM) will convert to NMP (New Media Production).

Degree requirements for the new CT State programs are available on the CT State draft catalog (link below).  There will also be crosswalk documents available to help students transition from the current Middlesex programs to the new CT State programs. Students are strongly encouraged to confer with an advisor regarding transitioning to the new one college.

All students should have their Middlesex transcripts automatically converted to new CT State transcripts so they can seamlessly continue their education.

A draft of the new CT State catalog is available here.

The Center for New Media at MxCC offers innovative applied associate of science degrees in new media production, with concentrations in the following tracks: film and videomultimedia design and digital artsnews and sportscorporate video productionweb design and development, digital marketing, and audio and music production. We also offer a transfer associate of arts degree in communication studies.

Join one of our cutting-edge Center for New Media programs and gain the knowledge, skills and experience you need for a competitive edge in the workforce.

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Job Growth

High growth occupations (i.e., over 15%) include graphic designers, producers/directors, audio-video technicians, broadcast/film sound engineering technicians, camera operators, and film/video editors. Major employers such as ESPN, WWE, NBC Sports, Sonalyst Corporation, and 12 “market 30” affiliate TV stations collectively represent many jobs and confirm a growing demand for and existing shortage of workers with new media skills.