Multimedia Design

The Multimedia Design program allows students to be creative while perfecting their technical skills in video production, animation, web content, instructional design, and the production workflow process. All classes provide students hands-on experience while creating multimedia projects, by completing pre-production, production and post-production tasks.

I chose FHTC because it was affordable and hands-on. I have a passion for showcasing stories with digital media and this major provided me with the skills I needed to be successful.

Chris

Program Options

Multimedia Design offers a technical certificate and associate of applied science degree option. Classes are available online or face-to-face. High school seniors and juniors are also eligible to apply to this program.

The technical certificate is a one-year program. The courses provide students with a foundation in multimedia development fundamentals including animation, video productions and creation of digital graphics for a variety of purposes.

The associate of applied science degree is a two-year program that offers students a wide variety of training in various areas of producing interactive digital content including video production, animation, content for the internet and digital media for electronic devices/platforms. Students completing the program will gain cross-platform skills and a complete understanding of the production pipeline (workflow process) including digital video production, interactive presentations and media for multiple formats/devices and content for the web.

Hear more about the Multimedia Design program from instructor Casey Wilson.

 

Associates Degree Course Requirements Technical Certificate Course Requirements

Career Opportunities

Small businesses to large corporations often hire multimedia experts to develop content for marketing or training purposes and jobs in educational institutions include instructional design and developing training and marketing content. Governmental agencies also employ multimedia specialists to create presentations and promotional materials. Television and radio stations also provide employment opportunities. Whether your interests focus on digital video production, animation, motion graphics, instructional design, or web content, the employment opportunities are endless.

Career opportunities include:

  • Regional Media Industry
  • Education
  • Government
  • Freelance Work
  • Non-Profit Organizations

Program Faculty

Casey Wilson

Interactive Multimedia Design Instructor

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Casey began his career with Flint Hills Technical College in 2018 as the Multimedia Design Instructor. His prior work experience includes Walt Disney Archives in Photoshop retouching and as a photographer covering NFL, MLB, and NCAA sporting events. Casey also holds an unmanned aircraft (drone) license that he utilizes for his video and photography businesses. His fine art landscapes and wildlife images have won national awards and can be seen displayed in local businesses. Casey holds a degree from the Art Institute of Colorado.


620-343-4701
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Casey began his career with Flint Hills Technical College in 2018 as the Multimedia Design Instructor. His prior work experience includes Walt Disney Archives in Photoshop retouching and as a photographer covering NFL, MLB, and NCAA sporting events. Casey also holds an unmanned aircraft (drone) license that he utilizes for his video and photography businesses. His fine art landscapes and wildlife images have won national awards and can be seen displayed in local businesses. Casey holds a degree from the Art Institute of Colorado.

Program Information & Resources

Estimated program costs and testing criteria​ are available in the documents below. Visit our admissions page to learn about admissions steps and other helpful information.

Multimedia Design Cost Sheet View Document
Multimedia Design Cost Sheet - Online View Document
Multimedia Design Cost Sheet - High School Students View Document