New England Tech Offering Bachelor Degrees In Graphics, Multimedia And Web Design

New England Tech will offer a Bachelor of Science degree program in Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design (GMW)  Technology.

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Beginning in April, 2014, this program will complement the existing Associate in Science degree program in Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design (GMW) Technology.

The NEW GMW bachelor degree program will build upon the core design and technical skills developed in the Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design Technology’s associate degree program.

The bachelor’s program is designed to prepare students for employment in a wide variety of emerging new media careers. Students will develop interdisciplinary skills combining web content management systems, ePublishing, branding, packaging design, search engine optimization, web video, and social media marketing.

Cross-platform 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.

New England Tech Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design (GMW) Student Portfolios

New England Tech students in the Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design programs have recently updated their portfolios.

Take a look at their presentations in the videos below!

Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design Commercial – GMW

The Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design (GMW) Technology associate programs prepare students for entry-level positions in a variety of emerging media and desktop production environments. The underlying goal of visual creativity is central to all of the technological coursework, and each student will produce and design a personal “brand” to package and promote their portfolios.

Starting with the core skills of digital photography, design, and computer graphics, students receive hands-on, project-oriented instruction in web design, interactive multimedia, branding, and e-publishing. A wide variety of 2D and 3D animation software is also integrated into the program. Students also learn how to most effectively use digital audio and video clips for multimedia presentations, web delivery, and social media.