Digital Media Design Employment Concentration

Digital Media Designers produce creative, comprehensive layouts and high-level designs for deliverables requiring strong conceptualization of ideas in preparation of original art and media for digital media.


Design Your Future!

Begin by exploring MSJC program maps to find a career or transfer opportunities.  Program maps show the recommended sequence of courses that lead to graduation or transfer. The maps were developed by program experts to give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.    

  • Starting in Spring? Choose Fall Semester 1 courses.   
  • Are you a part-time student?  Start Fall Semester 1 courses and follow the course sequence.
Plan of Study Grid
Fall Semester 1Units
DIG-110 Introduction to Digital Media 3
ART-120 2D Design 3
DIG-110 Introduction to Digital Media 3
Spring Semester 1
DIG-590 Digital Video Editing (formerly DIG-192) 3
DIG-180 Digital Media Design (formerly MUL-112 Interactive Media Design I) 3
Fall Semester 2
DIG-570 Motion Graphics 3
 Total Units18
Course Title Credits
Required Courses
ART-1202D Design3
DIG-110Introduction to Digital Media3
DIG-180Digital Media Design (formerly MUL-112 Interactive Media Design I)3
DIG-570Motion Graphics3
DIG-590Digital Video Editing (formerly DIG-192)3
Total Units15

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Note: There are no guaranteed positions for students completing these programs. Education and work experience required will vary by employer. The salary and benefits for specific occupations will be dependent on work experience, education, background, and employer.