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Graphic & Web Design

Multimedia & Web Design I Certificate

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Program Overview

In the Multimedia & Web Design I program, you’ll learn how to create the look, feel and functionality of Web pages for client Web sites. You’ll develop skills in Web design, computer languages, and multimedia. You’ll also learn to adapt to the most up-to-date programs, techniques and standards in this constantly changing field.
Multimedia & Web Design I

Program Description

The Certificate in Multimedia & Web Design I introduces students to industry-standard design software, programming languages, and “front-end design” concepts of information architecture and interface design. Students focus on constructing web pages, elements, and entire sites in three tiered web design & development courses and are later introduced to content management systems (CMS), audio & video, and animation & interaction for the web. Multimedia & Web Design I certificate students have the opportunity to complete their program with a professional portfolio – a valuable tool as they transition into the workplace.

Methods of Instruction
Instructional methods at The New England Institute of Art include lectures, demonstrations, labs, one-on-one tutorials and periodic examinations. With the exception of Internet-based classes offered through Plus Learning, internships and field trips, all instruction is conducted in a classroom setting.

Certificate Requirements
Students must complete a minimum of 48 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Also, students must receive a passing grade or credit for all required course work, meet portfolio or other requirements, complete a 120-hour internship or capstone project, and satisfy all financial obligations to The New England Institute of Art.
Multimedia & Web Design I

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