Media Technology and Design Certificate
Learn to design and edit all forms of media. Design 2D and 3D animation, create visual environments, and explore a range of media post-production principles in color manipulation, audio engineering, and video editing. The Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering offers this program to prepare students for the exciting world of media creation and design.
What is it?
The undergraduate Certificate in Media Technology and Design is a 12 credit-hour stand-alone certificate. It consists of 12 core requirements and one elective.
Why pursue it?
The Certificate in Media Technology and Design is ideal for students who want to use the latest technology to create new types of multi-media experiences. Learn virtual and augmented reality environment creation, animation design and media post-production. Jobs in these areas are growing at a faster-than-average rate as streaming services and internet-only platforms replace traditional entertainment and media outlets.
Undergraduate Media Technology and Design Certificate Requirements
Requirements: 12 completed hours (3 required, 9 elective)
Required: 3 hours
INFOTC 1610 Introduction to Digital Media
Elective Curriculum: 9 hours
INFOTC 2610 Digital Media Design
INFOTC 2615 Color Engineering and Processing
INFOTC 2620 Computer Modeling and Animation
INFOTC 2630 Introduction to Game Theory
INFOTC 3610 Digital Media Design 2
INFOTC 3630 Introduction to Virtual Reality
INFOTC 3640 Motion Graphics and Visual Effects 1
INFOTC 3650 Project and Team Management
INFOTC 3660 Audio Engineering
INFOTC 4610 Media Production Practicum
INFOTC 4640 Motion Graphics and Visual Effects 2
Current Mizzou students should speak to their advisor about adding the certificate.
Non-Mizzou students can apply for the certificate here.