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4 Associate of Science Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication Media Digital Media 2024

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Associate of Science Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication Media Digital Media

Typically taking two years to complete, an Associate of Science requires that students enroll in general education courses in addition to science-related electives. These degrees are intended to prepare students for careers or bachelor programs. They can be earned at community colleges, vocational schools and technical schools.

What is an Associate of Science in Digital Media? This sort of program instructs students in the many facets of graphic design and digital interaction. Students might take courses in traditional design, image editing and optimization, photography, business, computer ethics, and webpage development. Students may also learn about game design, video production and editing, computer coding, and composition techniques. In addition to the primary courses in digital media, there will likely be general education courses that cover topics such as English composition, humanities, social science, health and natural science.

Students who have earned an Associates of Science in Digital Media can hope to develop skills in collaboration and communication. Graduates of this program may also develop and/or enhance their artistic skills.

While most of these programs can be completed in two years, the cost varies from school to school and can change yearly. Reaching out to institutions that offer this program is an effective way to gain insight into current tuition.

After earning an Associate of Science in Digital Media, individuals can fill a variety of positions. Graduates may be able to work in any of the following roles: production designer, web designer, illustrator, multimedia specialist, desktop publisher, interface designer, content creator, project manager and computer graphic designer. Other possibilities include careers in print, advertising or publishing environments. Professions in software publishing or computer systems are additional possibilities for graduates.

Online degree programs allow students to participate in educational programs without abandoning prior responsibilities having to do with work or family. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.