Students in the Digital Media Communications program will learn basic digital media production skills using cutting-edge software and state-of-the art hardware. Students will acquire software proficiency, creative skills, and technical knowledge, as well as getting a solid foundation of communication skills. Graduates of the Digital Media Communications program will have the option to transition directly into the Communication program at UC’s College of Arts and Sciences without losing any credit hours. Here is a link to the Communication program’s webpage, where you can explore different options for completing your undergraduate studies: artsci.uc.edu/departments/ communication.html Digital Media Communications is the study of the contemporary media industry and best practices in modern digital media production. It encompasses a variety of digital media applications, including video, audio, animation, photography, illustration, and web design. Students will study media design techniques, the current state of the media industry, and a variety of communication disciplines. This unique transition program provides you with the first two years toward completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Communication at UC’s McMicken College of Arts and Sciences.