The requirements for this program of study are effective beginning the semester shown above. If you began working on this program before the effective semester, you may not be affected by the changes. Consult with the program contact person or the department chair to determine your eligibility to complete the program under previous requirements.
The Digital Media: General Multimedia Skills Certificate introduces students to the process of designing and producing interactive content for the web and other media. Students will acquire the skills necessary to obtain entry-level positions as multimedia authors, technicians, artists, programmers and developers in various media industries.
Multimedia developers are on the cutting edge of computer technology. They combine graphics, text, sound, animation, and video to make the wired world a dynamic place. Multimedia content can be found in video games, websites, CD-ROMs, DVDs, and touch screen computer kiosks. It can also be found in many advanced business presentations and performance art pieces. Professionals use Dreamweaver, Flash, and video to create and maintain websites and create CDs and multimedia presentations within the organization. Students completing the General Multimedia Completion Certificate will have the necessary skills to enter the job market as Web Designers, Web Masters, Streaming Video Specialists, and Project Managers.
More information about Computer Studies programs can be found at the Computer Studies Department website.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this certificate, the student will be able to:
Recommended Sequence of Courses
- Complete professional projects, products, and other assignments in Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop and video editing software applications;
- demonstrate analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills as they apply to digital multimedia; and
- integrate knowledge of the principles and standards of digital multimedia design and demonstrate this in professional projects and assignments that rely on software and programming language expertise.
Students interested in a suggested order for taking classes in this program, please view the recommended course sequence .
It is important that students who are completing an Associate Degree and desire to transfer to a four-year institution meet with a counselor to plan their lower division coursework. While many majors at SRJC are intended to align with lower division major preparation required by California public universities, specific lower-division major requirements vary among individual campuses. See a counselor, visit the Transfer Center, and check Guides For Transfer in Specific Majors, and ASSIST to review transfer preparation guides for specific schools and majors.
CS 70.11A was CIS 73.31A & CIS 73.31B,
CS 74.21A was CIS 75.11A, CS 74.21B was CIS 75.11B, CS 74.31A was CIS 75.31A, CS 74.31B was CIS 75.31B (Part of the BOT/CIS to CS conversion. Curriculum Office 5/29/09)