Certificate of Specialization (CS)
Offered through Arts & Communications
@ Florissant Valley | Meramec
The Digital Media program has been revised to meet the current needs of professionals working in the fields of digital imaging, interactive design, and motion media design. Students advance their skills and creative thinking using industry related software and techniques. Students can use previous coursework towards completion, see faculty advisors for more information.
The recommended academic plan blends general education requirements with options for areas of concentration to ensure students get the most out of their certificate or degree.
This 23-credit-hour program certificate program students focus on visual communication and dynamic design while using the most current hardware and software for construction and implementation in online, print and interactive media. This program is designed to enhance the skills of design professionals currently working in the fields of interactive and graphic design, and online development. This program is supported by the Digital Arts and Technology Alliance department.
Note: Florissant Valley does not offer this complete certificate, only selected courses.
Currently, the specific courses offered at Florissant Valley include the prerequisite course work for this certificate and ART:131, ART:236, ART:275, AT:120, AT:135, AT:143, AT:144, AT:276, AT:233 and AT:234. Other courses may be offered in the future.
Contact the Florissant Valley Arts & Humanities department at 314-513-4375 for more information.
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