Communication can encompass any form of media—cinema and film, the Internet, audio and much more. The multimedia production emphasis introduces students to various types of media and the techniques of each.


  • Courses represent the many aspects of communication media—graphics, editing, digital video, scriptwriting and audio—and explores the production methods for each form.

Career opportunities

Multimedia production is found in a wide variety of career fields—ranging from film to commercial art to music production. You will be well-prepared for internships and careers in any form of production.

Program director

Billie Jean Wiebe
Billie Jean Wiebe, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Communication and English

Course listing

Required Courses (18 Units)

COM-380Film Studies3
COM-355Digital Video Production I3
COM-350Digital Video Production II3

Select three of the following

ART-230Basic Graphic Design3
ART-315Digital Photography3
COM-350Visual Rhetoric3
COM-370Audio Production3
COM-385Cinematography: Visual Story Telling3
COM-390Creating on the Web3
DRA-360Directing and Staging Texts3