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Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Business Administration

Business Administration at BMCC is a two-year, 60-credit course of study leading to an A.A. degree. The coursework includes general liberal arts requirements as well as 12 credits in basic business. This program has been specifically designed to provide a strong liberal arts background to students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in business at a senior college.

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Associate of Science (A.S.) in Multimedia Arts

Designers often work in advertising, marketing, publishing and other creative fields. They design printed materials (magazines, advertisements); interactive materials (websites, CD-ROMs); and motion graphics (television, video). With a concentration in Multimedia Arts, you’ll take design and fine arts studio courses that will give you a solid foundation in principles of color, perspective, proportion and alignment. You’ll also learn how to create interfaces for computer applications and produce graphics for visual communications. Job titles in this field include graphic designer, graphic artist and web designer.

Multimedia artists and designers use artistic principles to create interfaces for computer applications and to produce graphic design for a wide range of visual communications media. Students who choose this area of specialization earn 12 credits through the following areas of study:

  • Art Survey I or Modern Art
  • Typography
  • Advertising
  • Design
  • Layout and Graphic Design
  • Drawing, Introduction to Painting, Sculpture, or Photography

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Associate of Science (A.S.) in Multimedia Programming

Using their knowledge of programming, interactive developers are responsible for creating applications. They are the people who make interactive products that we use everyday such as websites, video games and DVD extras. MMP students will learn how to create multimedia applications using popular programming languages like Flash ActionScript and JavaScript, which are valuable skills that can be applied in the modern day workforce. Job titles in this field include Flash developer, CD-ROM/DVD developer, game developer and software engineer.

Multimedia programmers use powerful multimedia languages to run interactive applications like games, kiosks, and chat rooms. Students who choose this area of specialization earn 12 credits through the following required courses:

  • Multimedia Programming
  • Multimedia Networking
  • Distributed Multimedia Applications

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