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  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog and Student Handbook

Interactive Media, AAS


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Program of Study

The Associate degree program will prepare students to enter the world of interactive multimedia, a rapidly evolving field that includes developing all aspects of digital media for electronic delivery including Web, Video, Photography, and Design.  All Interactive Media students are introduced to Web Design, Photography, Videography, and other design and Internet technologies, centering on both usability and accessibility for a wide range of audiences. There is additional coursework available in more advanced concepts and applications of multimedia production as well as animation and basic game design.

The faculty has identified the following Learning Outcomes for all graduates:

  • Utilize critical thinking skills to solve digital media technology issues.
  • Construct and implement an Interactive Media Technology solution across several media modes.
  • Produce operational level projects in each of the Interactive Media mediums.
  • Determine and produce an organized rationale for using a specific medium to solve a specific digital media technology issue.
  • Demonstrate applications of Interactive Media as it relates to industry.
  • Design and create projects using interactive software authoring programs.

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS:

  • Web Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Designer
  • Project Manager
  • Digital Photographer
  • Videographer
  • Video Technician

Total Technical Credit Hours: 31


General Education and Related Courses


Total General Education and Related Courses Credit Hours: 31


Total Credit Hours: 62


*The lab that accompanies this course (PHY 1075 - Survey of Physics Lab ) is not required for DMT students.

All students graduating from Terra State Community College with an Associate degree of any kind will be functionally proficient in common computer operations and applications. Please see your academic advisor or academic division office for further details.

See your advisor for appropriate course selection.

Recommended Course Sequence - 2 year
Recommended Course Sequence - 3 year
Recommended Course Sequence - 4 year

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