Associate in Applied Science (Career Program) - 61 Credit Hours
The multimedia career degree prepares individuals to work in a multimedia field. This program of study emphasizes basic technical proficiency with industry standard software and hardware; teaches preproduction, production, and postproduction skills; and explores creative problem solving with respect to multimedia. Upon completion of the degree, students will have created a portfolio of their work as required by the multimedia industry.
|Recommended Course Sequence:|
Fall Semester 1:
Spring Semester 1:
Fall Semester 2:
Spring Semester 2:
|Required General Education Courses|
|ENGL 110||COMPOSITION I||3|
|COMM 110||COMMUNICATION: PROCESS AND PRACTICE||3|
|SOCIAL SCIENCE *||3|
|LABORATORY SCIENCE *||4|
|ART 151||ART HISTORY II||3|
|Required Program Courses|
|GCOMM 245||WEB PUBLISHING WITH ADOBE DREAMWEAVER||3|
|GCOMM 247||ADVANCE WEB PUBLISHING WITH ADOBE DREAMWEAVER AND FLASH||3|
|GCOMM 248||MODELING AND ANIMATION WITH AUTODESK MAYA||3|
|GRDSN 140||GRAPHIC DESIGN I||3|
|MCOMM 217||AUDIO PRODUCTION||3|
|MM 130||MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE TOPICS ***||1 to 4|
|MM 140||MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION I||3|
|MM 142||DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY||3|
|MM 150||MULTIMEDIA THEORY||3|
|MM 230||DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION||3|
|MM 231||VIDEO SPECIAL EFFECTS||3|
|MM 241||MULTIMEDIA AUTHORING||5|
|APPROVED ELECTIVE **||3|
* See specific requirements for Associate in Applied Science Degree.
** MM 255 Independent Study is offered as an additional elective course.
*** Must complete 4 credit hours of MM 130.
For Program Information Contact:
Arts and Communication Department