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Media Arts Courses

Are you engaged by interactive and digital media? Learn to design websites, develop databases and program multimedia applications with our media arts courses at DeVry. Our media arts classes cover the fundamentals and expose you to today’s industry trends. Some courses also let you practice real-world simulations in our hands-on labs. You can learn web design as well as graphic design for digital media, gaming, programming and more.

Classes Start Monday, July 8, 2024

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FAQs: Media Arts Courses

Professionals in the field of media arts can have a wide range of educational experiences, and the education requirements can vary based on the specific role you choose to pursue. Some roles may require a bachelor’s degree or higher, whereas others may only require an undergraduate certificate or associate degree. If you are interested in a career in this field, take a look at current job postings and the education requirements that are expected. This can help you determine which program might be the best choice for you.

Like any career field, there isn’t just one single path to become a media arts professional. It’s important to learn about the industry and try to determine what type of job you’d like to have. This can help guide your education and industry certification plans. Advancing your knowledge and skills by enrolling in a media arts degree program can be a great place to start, as it can help you learn more about the industry and be prepared to take on new challenges.

Yes! Online media arts classes can help you understand key concepts of the field as well as allow you to gain hands-on skills. At DeVry, our media arts courses can be taken online, on your schedule. Our classes start every 8 weeks and cover all the same concepts as our in-person classes.

*Courses marked with an asterisk (*) require successful completion of required math and English transitional studies courses. Required transitional studies coursework may affect program length and cost.
^Courses marked with a caret (^) are licensed in New Jersey; students whose enrolled location is in New Jersey may enroll in these courses in the onsite, online and blended modalities.
Note: To enroll in a course with a corequisite, students must have either successfully completed the corequisite course during a prior session or concurrently enroll in the corequisite course.