If your creativity is yearning to come to life through digital design and interactive programming, let it with a diploma in Multimedia Production. In this interactive technology-based program, you’ll learn to blend audio, video, animation, graphics and text in a digital environment to create memorable experiences.

The Multimedia Production program will prepare you for the industry, ensuring your skill development in new media technologies is complemented by essential business skills in identifying, developing and pitching commercially viable ideas. During a practicum in your final semester, it’ll all come together as you gain valuable first-hand experience in the industry before you even graduate.

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Career Opportunities

Our Multimedia Production diploma will prepare you for entry-level positions in a wide range of fields, including:

  • 2D/3D Animator
  • Freelancer
  • Front-end Developer
  • Interactive Advertising/Marketing Specialist
  • Interactive Narrative Designer
  • Mobile App Developer
  • Motion Graphics Specialist
  • New Media E-Learning Specialist
  • New Media Entrepreneur
  • Social Media Strategist
  • User Experience Designer
  • Web and Interactive Media Designer
  • Web and Interactive Programmer/Developer
  • Web Game/Simulation Designer/Developer

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120 hours

dedicated to a multimedia practicum

2

fully supported computer labs with more than enough workspace for our small class sizes

1st

the first full day VR/AR conference, Merging Realities, was hosted by the Multimedia Production program

At-a-Glance

Starts-in

September

Credential / Accreditation

Diploma

Duration

2 years

Application Deadlines

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Program Availability

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Admissions

New students are accepted into the Multimedia Production program for the Fall (September) term.

General Admissions Requirements

All applicants must meet the general admission requirements for Lethbridge College programs, as indicated in the Admission section of this calendar.

Multimedia Production assumes professional standards for research and writing. All program assignments must be typed. Lack of keyboarding skills could inhibit achievement. Applicants who enter and complete the Multimedia Production program without a high school diploma, or equivalent may not be eligible for advanced placement in college and university diploma and degree programs under current and future transfer agreements.

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Delivery Formats

The Multimedia Production program is intentionally designed to include both on-campus and online delivery through a blended format.

Blended

This program includes both face-to-face/on-campus and online delivery in both synchronous (learning occurs in real-time on a set schedule) and asynchronous (learning does not occur at the same time or same place) formats.

Courses

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Course Title Credits
Year 1
Term I
CMM-1153 Digital Audio 3
CMM-1156 Digital Video 3
CMM-1163 Scripting for Multimedia and the Web 3
DES-1155 Graphic Design 3
RSR-1160 Research and Writing for New Media 3
  Credits 15
Term II
Select 1 of the following: 3
Communication Process  
Interpersonal Relationships and Communications  
CMM-1165 Coding With Web Standards 3
CMM-1185 The Principles of Animation 3
DES-1156 Web Graphics, Layout and Interface Design 3
WRI-1150 Writing for Interactive Media 3
  Credits 15
Year 2
Term I
CMM-2285 3D Modeling and Animation With Maya 3
CMM-2288 Programming Rich-Media Applications 3
CMM-2291 Professional Foundations 3
RSR-2257 Video Graphics and Compositing 3
RSR-2270 Interactive Project (Core Integration) 3
  Credits 15
Term II
BUS-1124 Service-Based Small Business Management 3
CMM-2284 Professional Portfolio 3
CMM-2292 Proseminar 3
CMM-2293 Capstone Project 3
FWK-2253 Managed Internship 3
  Credits 15
  Total Credits 60
Practicum Experience Requirements

There is a required practicum component to this program. The College dictates the legal terms and conditions governing the practicum experience.

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Tuition and Fees

Title Tuition Fees Books/Supplies
Year 1
$3,458.00
$1,104.00
$3,000.00
Year 2
$3,644.00
$1,104.00
$400.00
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International Students
Title Tuition Fees Books/Supplies
Year 1
$12,458.00
$1,104.00
$3,000.00
Year 2
$13,008.00
$1,104.00
$400.00
Notes

Costs for supplies may vary considerably depending on what students already have or where they purchased their supplies; cost provided is on the moderately high end.

Students will be charged a medical/dental benefit fee unless they opt out by demonstrating alternative coverage prior to the end of the first week of class.

Students in this program are required to purchase their own mobile learning device. Check your letter of admission or contact your program office or check the admissions tab for details – there are minimum requirements.

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