2023-2024 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Jun 20, 2024  
2023-2024 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook

Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, AAB

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

The program of study includes two primary areas. The primary focus is on information technologies. Students use industry standard software to develop digital media applications such as games and simulations, digital animations, electronic publications, and dynamic web sites. Students also learn fundamental programming used in digital media such as JavaScript, PHP, and ActionScript.

Second, students study writing, statistics, public speaking, and art to foster skills vital for career or continued educational advancement. Students learn to express critical ideas both written and verbally in a logical and concise manner so their creativity can effectively contribute to their further success. Finally, students choose from a variety of electives based upon their interests and desired goals.

Upon successful completion of the AAB Degree in Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, students will:

  • Develop a portfolio exhibiting a body of work including websites, digital images and graphics, digital animations, electronic and print publications, games and simulations, programs, and traditional art.
  • Design websites using industry standard tools; demonstrate a professional level understanding of Internet technologies, web languages, and emerging technologies.
  • Create original and edit existing digital images, graphics, publications, animations, and other digital media applications using industry standard tools and apply fundamental theoretical knowledge necessary for digital media professionals.
  • Write original and edit existing programs and scripts in languages commonly used in digital media at a professional level.
  • Demonstrate professionalism by working in teams as well as individually, understanding client needs, giving presentations, writing reports, conducting research, meeting deadlines, and employing critical problem solving skills.

To achieve these outcomes, most courses in the program of study combine theoretical concepts with hands- on, project-based learning. Student must demonstrate a high level of competency in each area to gain an edge in the highly competitive field of Internet and Interactive Digital Media.

In addition to transfer opportunities, graduates are prepared for careers as web developers, web programmers, Internet/Intranet application developer, independent designer or programmer, freelance digital artist, positions in advertising, graphic design and layout, instructional design, or as an assistant at regional software/game development companies.

Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design

Recommended System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 10 or higher (64 bit)
    • Processor: 3 GHz or higher
    • RAM: 16 GB or more
    • Hard Drive: 100 GB or more
    • Graphics: DirectX11 or higher
    • Display: 1920x1080 resolution
    • OS: Mac 10.14 or higher
    • Processor: Intel Core i7 or higher
    • RAM: 8 GB or more
    • Hard Drive: 256 GB or more
    • Display: 1280x800 resolution or higher

Chromebooks are not recommended



Total Semester I Credit Hours: 16

Total Semester II Credit Hours: 16

Total Semester III Credit Hours: 16

Total Semester IV Credit Hours: 16

Total Credits: 64

▲Student must obtain a letter grade of C or better to progress to graduation/certification.

● A grade of C or better is required to move to an additional English course in this program.

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