School of Media and Journalism
Creative Media Production is designed to nurture students with a passion for storytelling and communicating, and a talent for expressing themselves. Through experiential learning, students learn how to create and distribute content across multiple media platforms. This provides a solid foundation on which to build their careers in a variety of rewarding professions.
The certification program is designed for aspiring and current practitioners looking to earn credentials and improve skills. Certification courses focus on the skills and knowledge needed for today’s workplace. Students can earn a certificate with only 12 hours of coursework.
- Graphic Communication (also Online) — Businesses have the need for employees with graphic communication skills who can create effective business communication. A graphic communication certificate provides students with the basic skills to create eye-catching and effective graphic content.
|Required Courses:||Sem. Hrs.|
|GCOM 1813 Introduction to Digital Publishing||3|
|GCOM 2673 Digital PrePress Workflow||3|
|GCOM 3673 Desktop Publishing and Publication Design||3|
|GCOM 4643 Graphic Communications Management Seminar||3|
|Total Required Hours:||12|
For more information about earning a certificate in any of the four areas, contact Dr. Mary Jackson-Pitts at 870-972-3070 or email@example.com.
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Undergraduate Bulletin.