63-65 credit hours.
By enrolling in the Digital Media Communication program, you have hands-on opportunities to learn the concepts of effective media communication. If you are interested in a career in writing, producing and distributing digital content across a computer network, then learning how to use appropriate, professional tools allows you to create websites, video programs, print materials, and web-based applications. Depending on the option you select, you will learn more about Web Media, Communication Graphics, or Digital Imaging. When you complete this program, you can seek employment at any company with a web presence, as well as traditional creators and broadcasters of media.
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