MMDP's evening/hybrid Multimedia A.A.S.-T. program meets the needs of working adults by allowing them to earn a degree in eight (8) quarters by attending classes at night and online.
Suggested schedule to complete in 8 quarters:
Quarter 1: Fall
Digital Design Survey / 2D Graphic Design / Image Editing 1 with Photoshop
Quarter 2: Winter
Color Theory / Intro to Drawing / Academic Core 1* (Social Science)
Quarter 3: Spring
HTML I / Vector Illustration 1 with Illustrator / Image Editing 2 with Photoshop (elective)
Quarter 4: Fall
Media Authoring 1 with Flash / Typography / Web Design
Quarter 5: Winter
Web Authoring with Dreamweaver / Page Layout 1 with InDesign / Layout Graphic Design
Quarter 6: Spring
Digital Photography (elective )/ Acrobat / Academic Core 2* (Math)
Quarter 7: Fall
Prepress / Academic Core 3* (English) / Media Authoring 2 with Flash (elective)
Quarter 8: Winter
Portfolio /Job Search / Academic Core 4* (Humanities)
Frequently asked questions
What's the MMDP evening/hybrid program?
The evening/hybrid program in Multimedia Design & Production is a flexible evening program for students who are pursuing their AAS degree* while continuing to work during the day. The "hybrid" format simply means part of the course is face-to-face, and part of it is online, allowing for less commute time and more convenience for busy schedules.
What skills will I gain?
The AAS degree in Multimedia Design & Production is designed to prepare students to work in a variety of settings as graphic designers, web designers, desktop publishers, and graphic art technicians. Graduates will be able to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to produce Web sites, printed materials, and interactive online experiences.
When can I start, and how long will it take me to get my degree?
Students can enroll in the program any quarter. Students who enroll for Fall Quarter can complete an AAS degree in just eight quarters attending evening/hybrid Program classes.**
Can I take an evening/hybrid class along with day classes?
Any student in any of the MMDP programs is welcome to take the evening/hybrid courses.
Where are the classes held?
Classes are held at LWTech's Kirkland Campus in the spacious and contemporary Technology Center. The Technology Center is equipped with state-of-the-art computers and software, including the Adobe Creative Suite.
Who can I talk to?
For tuition, financial aid, or general advising questions, contact Student Services.
For specific questions about the evening/hybrid program, contact:
Caroline Kapp, Multimedia Faculty & Academic Adviser
Lake Washington Technical College
*The evening/hybrid program is structured specifically toward the AAS degrees in Digital Design, and Web and Mobile Design, not the animation or video production programs. Elective courses in these subjects may be taken online or during the day, if desired.
**Any developmental coursework a student may require may increase program length.