Fremont College, with campuses in Los Angeles and Cerritos, now offers an online degree program in Multimedia Design, as well as several financial aid options available to those who need help paying for school.
There are two concentrations available through the College of Multimedia Design at Fremont College: Multimedia Design and Multimedia Design, concentration in Fashion Design. Students can earn an associate's degree in Multimedia Design in just 15 months. The Multimedia Design program is 100% online, while Multimedia Design, concentration in Fashion Design is a hybrid program where students complete coursework primarily online and attend class on campus one day per week.
The Multimedia Design program offers classes in graphic design, web design, web development, video editing, branding and marketing, and visual communications. Students will receive training in Adobe Creative Suite software applications, equipping them with the skills to produce digital images, video clips, motion graphics, and websites. Upon program completion, graduates will be prepared for jobs as graphic designers, web designers, content developers, advertising associates, production artists, and other career options.
The Multimedia Design, concentration in Fashion Design program offers classes in computer pattern drafting, draping, garment construction, fashion collections, and fashion show preparation. Graduates of this program will have the necessary training for a job as a fashion designer, visual merchandiser, design entrepreneur, and other exciting career options.
The new Multimedia Design program will be offered during the first term of 2013, which starts January 7th.
Fremont College also offers the following degree programs:
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Leadership
- Associate of Arts Degree in Paralegal Studies
- Associate of Science Degree in Sports & Rehabilitation Therapy
Financial aid is available for those who need help paying for college and meet the requirements. There are numerous ways to help finance your degree, from traditional loans and financial aid to grants and scholarships. Our financial aid staff will help you explore your options and discover which work best for you.
Contact Fremont College today to talk to a representative who will help you decide which degree program is best for you based on your interests. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, workers who have an associate's degree earn about $8,000 more per year than high school graduates, so don't wait any longer - enroll today and be on your way to a rewarding career!
For more information, visit our website: www.fremont.edu