|Core Course Requirements (18 credits)|
|CPM 120||Introduction to Multimedia (Adobe Creative Cloud)||3|
|CPM 170||Computer Graphics (Adobe Illustrator)||3|
|CPM 210||Digital Photo Editing (Adobe Photoshop)||3|
|CPM 220||3D Modeling and Animation (Sketchup)||3|
|CPM 250||Motion Graphics (Adobe After Effects)||3|
|CPM 270||Digital Video Editing (Adobe Premiere)||3|
|Total Required Hours: 18 credits|
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Department: Computer Science – Multimedia and Web Design
Total Credit Hours: 18 credits
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What Is Multimedia?
Multimedia has changed the way
Multimedia developers produce and develop CD-ROMs, online training, kiosks and media development using video, audio, programming, animations and graphics. When seeking an entry-level position in this field, it is important to have a portfolio containing samples of your best work.
Nationally, established multimedia artists and animators generally earn between $49,320 and $90,450 per year. Exceptional performers can earn in excess of $115,960.
Opportunities for advancement and promotion after entry-level employment are typically higher with an A.A.S. degree compared to certificates.
Web and Multimedia Careers
SCC graduates are employed in a broad range of careers, including, but not limited to: multimedia developer, webmaster, Web programmer, game developer and creative director.