Digital Information Specialist

Course Description

In this major students gain the technical and managerial skills needed for success in competitive business careers. They learn to integrate multiple software applications used in office settings. In addition, students acquire graphic web and digital communications skills. Students learn a variety of software packages used in desktop publishing and web design and develop the fundamental skills needed to create, revise, optimize and export graphics. Students gain skills required for numerous industry-related certifications including Adobe and Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) credentials.

Course Sequence

Fundamentals of Technology
120 hours

Fundamentals of Administrative Technology
120 hours

Administrative Technologies II
120 hours

Office Administration & Management
120 hours

Desktop Publishing and Graphic Design
120 hours

Fundamentals of Web Design
120 hours

Multimedia & Image Management Techniques
120 hours

Career Major Capstone
120 hours

Business Management and Administration

State Program Code
BA0020010
Hours
960
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