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Digital Multimedia Communications Programs

Experience, talent, creativity, and professionalism are important qualifications for success in digital and multimedia communications careers. Completing a digital multimedia degree demonstrates commitment to craft and can help you break into this competitive field.

Digital Multimedia Degree Programs

Depending on your current level of education, there are several degree options:
  • Associate of Science or Associate of Arts degrees require two years of study. These cover broad technical aspects in a concentration, such as digital audio engineering, digital video production, or computer animation design.
  • Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees require four years of college. Junior and senior years focus on technical and artistic aspects of digital multimedia communications within a concentration, such as animation and digital arts, interactive entertainment, or digital audio engineering.
  • Master of Science or Master of Fine Arts degrees assume previous professional or academic experience in multimedia communications. Most require professional-caliber digital portfolios for admission and three years of study to complete.

Skills Sets for Digital Multimedia Careers

Multimedia communications degree programs can help you develop your skills sets. The following proficiencies are important, as both student and professional:
  • Adaptability to different computer softwares
  • Digital video and audio recording capabilities
  • Film, video, and still photograph editing
  • 3D computer modeling and animation
  • Project management and team work
  • Computer programming (optional)

Job Outlook and Salaries for Digital Multimedia Communications Professionals

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates average job growth of 11% through the decade ending in 2018 for digital multimedia communications professionals. The best prospects are for digital artists and animators, who currently earn an average of $79,000 per year. Film and video editors make about $69,000, whereas camera operators earn about $48,000.