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Welcome to the Department of Digital Media at West Valley College. We prepare students for careers in Digital Media and for transfer to four year university programs. Digital Media graduates secure work in fields such as: user interface design; graphic design; web development; web marketing and communications; and digital video. The department also supports lifelong learning. Courses are offered in person and online, and students are encouraged to work on projects and products for professional purposes. Digital Media students have diverse professional and personal backgrounds, posess different levels of formal education, and come from various countries of origin. FOR MORE INFORMATION please call: Jean McIntosh at 408-741-2435 or Jeff Rascov at 408-741-2432.



PROGRAM ENROLLMENT FOR SPRING 2015

Upon registering you will need to declare a program:

I. CURRENT PROGRAMS:
You may choose either of our current programs:
An Associate Degree in Web Design & Production (Design Emphasis), or a Certificate of Achievement in Digital Publishing (Graphic Design)

Please see the college catalogue for these program requirements: http://www.westvalley.edu/documents/catalog/2014-2015_WVC_Catalog.pdf

II. PENDING (NEW) PROGRAMS:
We also have some new programs that are pending state approval. These include an Associate Degree in Web & Mobile Design, and three certificates in: Web & Mobile Design; Graphic Design; and Marketing/ Digital Communications. All classes count towards the current or new (pending) programs.

  1. AA Degree Web & Mobile Design
  2. Certificate in Marketing/Digital Communications
  3. Certificate in Web and Mobile Design
  4. Certificate Graphic Design

III. You may also choose to enroll in the AA DEGREE - LIBERAL ARTS (Transfer or Non-Transfer) and choose the concentration in 'Communications & Media'.



DIGITAL MEDIA COUNSELING
:
Contact Jeff Rascov (jeff.rascov@wvm.edu) or Jean McIntosh (jean.mcintosh@wvm.edu)
to discuss registering, the scheduling of classes, and to develop an educational plan for completing a program.