How quickly can I complete the digital media design technology program?
The amount of time it takes a student to complete the digital media design technology certificate and/or associate degree depends upon how many courses are taken per semester.
Students who attend full time (and take 3-5 classes on average per semester) will complete quicker than students who attend part time (and take 1-2 classes on average per semester).
Students can complete a certificate in just two semesters and an associate degree in as little as two years.
Students who complete the certificate have earned credits that can be applied toward the Associate of Applied Science in Digital Media Design Technology.
The amount of time it takes a student to complete the digital media design program also depends upon whether a student double majors.
Where can I find a list of classes (plan of study) for the program I want to study?
The courses students need to take to complete a certificate or degree are listed in a plan of study. The digital media design technology program has three plans of study.
Can I take classes online or face-to-face?
Many, but not all DMD courses are offered in an online or hybrid delivery format. Check the course catalog for specific online offerings.
Can I pursue a bachelor’s degree after I complete an associate degree?
Students interested in continuing on to pursue a bachelor’s degree can consider transferring to a four-year college or university. COTC has several transfer agreements with four-year colleges.
What type of financial assistance is available to help me pay for college?
COTC awards $1 million dollars in scholarships to students each year.
Every student is encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for grants, scholarships and loans.
Students who complete a FAFSA are automatically considered for some scholarships. Other scholarships require an application.
Connect with the Office of Student Financial Services at 740.366.9435 or email NWKfirstname.lastname@example.org.
What type of projects or work do students do in digital media design technology?
Throughout the program, students are exposed to “real world,” hands-on projects that help them develop a well-rounded skill set. For example, students in the web design and development courses will actually create functional websites for both fictional and real clients! (We work with many different community partners who need assistance with digital projects). Students in Design Fundamentals will design logos, product packaging, environmental design, and advertisements. Upper-level students in Graphic Design and the Digital Media Capstone create multi-faceted projects like a cookbook, interactive brochures and infographics. Students in Multimedia Production and Video create short films, music videos, commercials and immersive multimedia experiences.