Digital Media | Multimedia Technology Programs
NFCC offers an Associate in Science degree in Digital Media / Multimedia Technology as well as four Digital Media / Multimedia certificate programs.
Associate in Science Degree
The Associate in Science degree in Digital Media / Multimedia Technology prepares students for careers in Digital Graphic Design.
Students use a variety of professional level software while learning basic artistic design, computer ethics, webpage development, electronic image editing and optimization, computer animation, basic photography, business concepts, and more. Students learn how to communicate effectively with multimedia in a digital world.
College Credit Certificates
NFCC also offers the above short-term programs that can be completed in one year or less. These certificate programs are designed to equip students with a skill set for immediate employment or job advancement. All are included in the related Associate in Science Degree in Digital Media/Multimedia Technology program so they can be used as building blocks toward completing that degree.
Each of the certificates is 12 -or- 15 credit hours comprised of a 6 credit hour program core with additional 6 -or- 9 credit hours of specialized coursework.
Admission requirements are the same as for degree seeking college credit programs. Students interested in more than one specialization should consider the A.S. degree program.
MORE INFO: Marie Guest, Business & Digital Media Instructor, Bldg. 7, (850) 973-9458 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programs of Study