Surry and Salem Articulation Agreement for Digital Media Technology Implemented

Surry and Salem Articulation Agreement for Digital Media Technology Implemented The new articulation agreement between Surry Community College and Salem College for the Digital Media Technology - Graphic Design Associate of Applied Science degree program means students graduating from SCC in the DMT program will be able to transfer up to 60 credit hours to Salem's design programs.

Posted: May 14, 2019

Surry Community College and Salem College have created an articulation agreement for the Digital Media Technology (DMT) – Graphic Design Associate in Applied Science degree program. 

Students graduating from SCC in the DMT program will be able to transfer up to 60 credit hours to Salem's design programs. “This is a great opportunity for our design students at Surry to further their education at a four-year institution,” explains Jay Smith, DMT Lead Instructor at Surry Community College.

Dr. Rosa Otero, the Art, Art History and Design Department Chair at Salem College stated, “I am delighted that this agreement is in place. I am looking forward to welcoming more Surry graduates into the Salem College community, in particular, to the design program.”

The Digital Media program at SCC prepares students for entry-level jobs in the digital design and multimedia industry. Students learn to synthesize multimedia, hypertext, computer programming, information architecture, and client/server technologies using both Internet and non-network-based media.

Students develop skills in communication, critical thinking, and problem solving as well as interface design, multimedia formats, application programming, data architecture, and client/server technologies. The program develops technical skills through practical applications that employ current and emerging standards and technologies.

Graduates should qualify for employment as web designers, graphic artists/designers, multimedia specialists, web developers, web content specialists, media specialists, information specialists, digital media specialists, animation specialists, interface designers, and many new jobs yet to be defined in this expanding field.

For more information on the new Multimedia certificate, or the Digital Media Technology program at Surry Community College, go to surry.edu or contact Jay Smith at smithj@surry.edu.

Register for fall classes now until Aug. 2. Classes start Aug. 15. For assistance with college application, financial aid or class registration, contact Student Services at (336)386-3264 or studentservices@surry.edu


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