College of Occupational Professions

IT - Digital Multimedia

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Our innovative program in Information Technology, combined with state-of-the-art classrooms and curriculum, prepare our graduates for exciting careers in a wide variety of computer-based professions.


Digital Multimedia Design

If you are a creative person and desire a field with tremendous growth, then the digital multimedia program is for you.   You will learn how to integrate all of the creative elements of digital design through the use of the latest technology, software and hardware.


of Digital Multimedia Design Graduates are Employed or Continuing their Education*

In class, you’ll work with high tech toys like professional HD video cameras, a green room, lighting equipment, sound recording booth, and several industry standard editing software programs like HTML 5 and CSS, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Premiere, and After Effects, and 3D modeling and animation with Blender.

You’ll learn how to design corporate logos, identities and web sites, create print ads, produce television commercials, make short films, and more. The skills you learn in this program will help you build your portfolio.


  • Graphic Designer
  • Web Designer
  • Illustrator
  • Creative Director
  • Multimedia Designer
  • Animator
  • Video Producer


  • Digital Studio Fundamentals
  • Web Media Design
  • 3D Modeling Concepts
  • Digital Video Editing
  • Digital Graphic Imaging

No matter what your career goals are, you’ll be prepared to achieve them with a Digital Multimedia Design degree from the University of Northwestern Ohio.

*Percentages are based on surveys of our 2016-2018 academic year Digital Forensics, Digital Multimedia Design, Network Security, and System Administration associate degree graduates who reported they are employed or are continuing their education within 6 months of graduation from the University of Northwestern Ohio.  There was a 49% response rate to this survey.

**U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2018,, viewed June 2019

***Students may not use software downloads for business use