Digital Media Technology
K-State Salina's digital media technology program is a hybrid of design, computer programming and physics. It gives students a unique set of both creative and technical skills. The curriculum will enable students to develop expertise needed in video, audio, photography, animation and computer graphics to establish digital solutions for modern communication.
The digital media technology program option prepares students to become effective users of digital media technology for communicating with a 21st century global audience. It includes courses in visual literacy; computer graphics software applications; multimedia technologies such as digital video and audio, digital photography, and computer programming; hardware and administration, in which you assemble computers and install software; and networking technology.
This degree option provides a unique blend of visual communications and computer technologies that will equip graduates with a set of skills that are in high and growing demand in the marketplace.
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