What times are classes offered?
Classes in MMDP are offered Mornings, afternoons and evenings. There is an evening hybrid program that allows working students to complete the Digital Design AAS-T degree in the evenings and online at a convenient pace.
All options are available, including face-to-face, online, and hybrid. Classes are a blend of lecture and lab, and average class size is approximately 24.
Can the program be taken part-time?
Yes, students can complete degrees and certificates at any pace, and in any combination as long as prerequisites are observed. There is a suggested course sequence included in the Academic Plan.
What kinds of jobs can one get?
Entry level jobs in graphic design, digital publishing or web design fields. What is the starting salary? Don't know
What would be job options with only a Cert of Proficiency?
Entry level jobs in graphic design, digital publishing or web design fields depending on the certificate focus. Many students who find certificates valuable are already working and take it to upgrade skills. Certificates can also be taken as an introduction to a new design field.
Are internships required?
Not required, but are available for academic credit. Instructor is involved with screening companies and helping to place students in internships. Internships are variable credit and can apply as technical electives towards a degree or certificate.
Prepared/Successful Students in this program have...
Alove of learning and an ability to adapt to a fast paced, changing industry. A desire to tackle new projects and solve problems. Open minded, creative, and comfortable working with computers and technology. Successful students tend to purchase software for home (for homework and additional practice) in addition to technology and software supplied in class. Excellent software discounts are available to students enrolled in the MMDP program.
What class-supplies, tools, uniforms needed?
It differs from class to class
What is the program cost?
Do I need health insurance?
Is the degree transferable?
Yes. All academic core classes transfer in degrees labeled AAS-T
What if a student has criminal record? Can that student get hired in the industry?
Not an issue with most companies