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MMDP AAS Degree

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to meet the growing need for professionally trained graphics and multimedia professionals. Students will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study current software applications in depth.

Future jobs*

In Washington, this occupation is expected to grow about 16% over the next six years.

Salary example*

In Washington, the average entry level wage for multimedia design and production is $13.76 per hour ($2,385 per month). In the Puget Sound region, with two years of training and two years of experience the average wage is $17.50 to $24.40 per hour. With more experience, the average wage is $4,170 to $5,870 per month.

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Computer Graphics

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to meet the growing need for professionally trained graphics and multimedia professionals. Students will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study current software applications in depth.

Future jobs*

In Washington, this occupation is expected to grow about 16% over the next six years.

Salary example*

In Washington, the average entry level wage for multimedia design and production is $13.76 per hour ($2,385 per month). In the Puget Sound region, with two years of training and two years of experience the average wage is $17.50 to $24.40 per hour. With more experience, the average wage is $4,170 to $5,870 per month.

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* Information from Washington Occupational Information System (WOIS), 2005-2007

 

Video and Web Production

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to meet the growing need for professionally trained graphics and multimedia professionals. Students will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study current software applications in depth.

Types of work

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to prepare students to work in a variety of settings. Graduates will be able to design and create interactive media for games or training, create streaming and conventional Web advertising/promotions, design and maintain interactive Web sites, and work with instruction designers to develop online programs.

Future jobs*

In Washington, this occupation is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. It is projected to increase 16% by 2008.

Salary example*

In Washington, the average entry-level wage for multimedia design and production is $12.31 per hour ($2,134 per month). In the Puget Sound region, with two years of training and two years of experience, the average wage is $16.00 to $24.40 per hour. With more experience, the average wage is $3,260 to $4,140 per month.

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Print

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to meet the growing need for professionally trained graphics and multimedia professionals. Students will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study current software applications in depth.

Types of work

The print program will prepare students for entry-level jobs as desktop publishers, print production artists, prepress/preflight technicians, print graphic artists/designers, and electronic document production specialists.

Future jobs*

In Washington, this occupation is expected to grow about 4% over the next six years.

Salary example*

In Washington, the average entry level wage for multimedia design and production is $13.76 per hour ($2,385 per month). In the Puget Sound region, with two years of training and two years of experience the average wage is $16.00 to $24.40 per hour. With more experience, the average wage is $4,170 to $5,870 per month.

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Certificates of Completion

Applies to MMDP certificate options in: Illustrator, Illustrator/Photoshop I, Illustrator/Photoshop II, Multimedia, Photoshop, Printmaster I, Printmaster II, Skills Upgrade, Web Media I, Web Media II.

The Multimedia Design and Production program is designed to meet the growing need for professionally trained graphics and multimedia professionals. Students will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study current software applications in depth.

Future jobs*

In Washington, these occupations are expected to grow about 16% over the next six years.

Salary example*

In Washington, the average entry level wage for multimedia design and production is $13.76 per hour ($2,385 per month). In the Puget Sound region, with two years of training and two years of experience the average wage is $16.00 to $24.40 per hour. With more experience, the average wage is $4,170 to $5,870 per month.

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