Bachelor of Digital Media Technology
Digital Media Design
It’s more business-oriented. Baker looks to employers to find out what they need, and what they look for in prospective employees and they teach that.– Winston Hughes Baker student
This program is designed for students who want to combine graphic communication proficiency, in both print and digital formats, with a marketing and Web development skills. It emphasizes technical, business, and creative development skills necessary for the presentation of information and ideas. Furthermore, the curricula focuses on the application of graphic communication in a variety of business environments where graphic design, marketing, advertising, sales, public relations, training, and education are essential to the success of the business.
In this program, you will:
- Learn the technical, business, and creative development skills essential for presenting information and ideas.
- Focus on applying graphic communication in a variety of business environments where graphic design, marketing, advertising, sales, public relations, training, and education are essential to the success of the business.
- The average annual wage for multi-media and computer animators is $61,000.
- Employment in Videography is expected to grow 12 percent by 2016, which is about as fast as average.
- Video is used in almost every industry. In addition to motion picture, TV, music videos, and commercials, video is used in business and government to educate, promote an organization’s image, provide product information, train employees, or to record an event.
- The best job prospects are for multimedia artists and animators, film and video editors, and others skilled in digital filming and computer-generated imaging.