Digital Media Production

Program Description

Digital Media Production is the art of producing, editing and modifying digital media from photos - or from scratch - for use in self-promotion or advertising. The final output will be used in multimedia for the web, mobile devices, print or social media. The goal is to produce logos, brochures, business cards, promotional animations, and websites with high quality images, sound and design. The classes in Digital Media Production take students from being a beginner to a being a confidant producer of quality media, using a step-by-step process. Even if students don't plan to work in the digital media field, these courses will help them promote their own marketing image and branding, and will give them the needed knowledge to guide others to a desired multimedia result.

Associate in Science Degree: Communications – Digital Media Production

Courses required for the major:Units
Courses:
DMPR 151, Introduction to Multimedia3
Select six units from the following:
DMPR 152, Sound Design and Digital Audio Post Production3
DMPR 153, Introduction to Nonlinear Editing,
or
3
DMPR 155, Advanced Nonlinear Editing
3
DMPR 157, Advanced Multimedia Production
3
ARTG 124, Page Layout3
RTVF 290, Independent Study1-3
Total Units 9
This is a department award in recognition of information on the transcript and does not imply that a graduation requirement has been met.