Multimedia AAS

Associates of Applied Science Degree in Multimedia Requirements

Requires a total of 98 credit hours, including 50 multimedia credit hours, 40 additional required course credit hours, and 8 credit hours of general education courses.

Required Professional/Technical Courses Cr
MM110 Introduction to Multimedia 1
MM120 Multimedia Design 2
MM130 Multimedia Graphics & Elements Production 3
MM140 Multimedia Authoring I 3
MM150 Project Review, Testing & Delivery 1
MM160 Marketing yourself as a Multimedia Professional 2
MM220 MM Design II- Designing for Interactivitiy 3
MM230 Graphics for Multimedia 4
MM232 Multimedia 3D Modeling & Animation 3
MM235 Digital Video Editing & Production 4
MM250 Advance Multimedia Project 3
MM270 Writing for Multimedia*(prereqs needed) - or 3
MM259 Screenwriting/Preproduction*(prereqs needed) 4
MM Electives 18
Total Professional/Technical Credits 50

Additional Required Courses Cr
BA 131 Computers in Business 4
BA 205 Solving Communications Problems with Technology 4
COMM 130 Business & Professional Speech Communication - or 4
COMM 111 Public Speaking - or 4
COMM 112 Persuasive Speaking - or 4
COMM 214 Interpersonal Communications: Process & Theory - or 4
WR 122 English Composition 4
*ART 103 Understanding New Media Arts 4
*ART 131A Introduction to Drawing 3
*ART 115 Basic Design 3
*ART 116 Basic Design 3
*ART 117 Basic Design 3
*CS 160 Exploring Computer Science - or 4
*CS 133G Introduction to Computer Games - or 4
*CS 140U Introduction to UNIX - or 4
*MTH 105 Explorations in Mathematics 4
Total Additional Required Credits 40
     
  * Students must earn a total of 16 general education credits with at least 4 credits in each of the three general education categories. (Recommended to select a course option from the Social Science category)  
General Education Course Credits 8
     
Total Credits for the MM AAS Degree 98

Totals

50 Requried MM Courses

Plus 40 Additional Required Courses

Plus 8 Additional General Education

TOTAL CREDITS 98


PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Students entering into the program must possess strong Macintosh or Windows computer management skills and be familiar with essential software such as word processing and draw/paint programs. Recommended prerequisites: ART 115, 116, 117; and CAS 111D, 206, 175E.


COURSE OF STUDY

The program is located at the Cascade campus. The 100 level multimedia courses are generally offered each term, and students may begin taking classes during any term. A variety of advanced, 200 level courses are also offered. Certificate students must receive a "C" or better in all required multimedia courses.


Please contact the Multimedia Department or call at (971) 722-5201 for more information or to set up and appointment.