Bachelor in Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design

New England Institute of Technology

Program Description

Bachelor in Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design

New England Institute of Technology

Channel your creativity and eye for design into a bachelor’s degree in Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design. Develop skills combining web content management, ePublishing, branding, logo design, SEO, web video, animation, and social media marketing. Master cross-media content delivery via ePub and mobile devices, and create a "branded" portfolio to set you on your career path.

Career Possibilities

  • UI/UX Designer
  • Website Designer
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Design sales and marketing
  • Package Design
  • EPUB Designer
  • Mobile Interface Designer
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Content Management Systems

Graphics Multimedia and Web Design (BGMW) students combine their imagination and an eye for design with interactive computer graphics. Students produce visually creative, marketing-driven designs deliverable for both desktop and mobile devices.

The key goal of visual creativity is central to all of the technological coursework, and each student will design and produce a personal “brand” to package and promote their online portfolios. Starting with the core skills of digital photography, design, and computer graphics, students receive hands-on, project-oriented instruction in web design, graphic design, e-publishing, interactive multimedia, and branding. A wide variety of Adobe and other industry-standard software is used.

Building upon the core design and technical skills developed early in the program, more advanced courses further prepare students for positions in a wide variety of emerging new media careers. Students will develop interdisciplinary skills combining web content management systems, e-publishing, branding, logo design, packaging design, search engine optimization, web video, animation, and social media marketing. Cross-media delivery via ePub and mobile devices will be emphasized. Creative content development, media literacy, marketing, writing, and UI/UX design, will support each student's “branded” portfolio and personalized career path.

The dynamic combination of skills obtained in the Bachelor of Science Degree in Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design can be employed in a wide variety of fields, including: advertising and promotion, public relations, packaging design, web design, content management systems, e-publishing, social media, and other visually creative career paths.

Program Mission:

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design program provides immediately applicable communication skills and creative concept development for today’s responsive media. The program is designed to teach students core design skills, with hands-on project-oriented instruction in graphics, web design, multimedia, e-publishing, and social media. It also includes advanced graphics and web design, e-publishing, and video and motion graphics in support of multimedia and eCommerce marketing. Numerous new media career paths are integrated throughout the program. Each student’s creative conceptualization and personalized portfolio development is the underlying goal.

Program Goals:

The BGMW program will:

  1. Provide learning opportunities for students to acquire the theoretical knowledge, applicable skills and attitude necessary to function as an entry-level multimedia producer, web designer, ePub, or graphic designer.

  2. Instill in students the skills for creative conceptualization, media literacy, qualitative analysis, oral and written communication, professional growth and life-long learning.

  3. Prepare students to creatively conceptualize and create projects on their own and in collaboration, with each student assuming responsibility for phases of the production process.

  4. Prepare students to create and continually upgrade their digital portfolio, deployed via cloud or web server.

Program Outcomes:

BGMW students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of various multimedia, web, e-publishing, and mobile software applications to build market-specific content.

  2. Recognize effective vs. ineffective elements of UI/UX design.

  3. Understand and practice respect for copyright laws and regulations as they pertain to digital creation.

  4. Demonstrate effective media literacy, oral, visual, and written communication with supervisors, colleagues, clients (e.g. instructors), and target audiences.

  5. Demonstrate effective planning, strategizing, copywriting, budgeting, and marketing of various new media projects.
This school offers programs in:
  • English

Last updated November 16, 2017
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
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Sept. 2018
Full time
USA - Warwick, Rhode Island
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USA - Warwick, Rhode Island
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