Mass Media: Multimedia Concentration

Associate of Arts

The Multimedia Concentration can lead to a number of exciting career fields, including journalism, public relations, communications, marketing, advertising, animation, law, event planning, photography, broadcasting, podcasting and many more. In Multimedia, students learn how to create and distribute content to a large audience through digital mediums using the most up-to-date software available. Multimedia majors are poised to enter the workforce upon graduation or to continue their studies in a number of media-related fields.

Laramie County Community College's Multimedia curriculum differs from the Mass Media degree in that it puts more emphasis on digital delivery. The curriculum leads to an Associate of Arts Degree and provides the basic requirements for a variety of specialized areas offered at four-year institutions. Students are encouraged to experiment in digital delivery of text, images and video.

Non-majors will find that Multimedia courses are beneficial in career fields that require employees to regularly communicate and produce content in digital environments. Examples would include the ability to design and update web pages, operate a content management system, and produce compelling images and video.

  • How do you deal with stress?
  • Are you good with computers and technology?
  • Do you like research?
  • Are you skilled in written and oral communication?
  • Are you comfortable working odd hours and being on call at a moment's notice?
  • Do you have a curiosity about world or local events?
  • Can you make quick decisions?
  • Do you enjoy working with the public?
  • Are you organized? Can you handle multiple deadlines at a time?

Recommended Credentials: (Credit Diploma (CD), Associate (AA), Bachelors (BA), and Beyond)

  • Audio and Video Equipment Technicians (AA or BA)
  • Broadcast News Analysts (BA)
  • Broadcast Technicians (AA or BA)
  • Camera Operators (CD or AA)
  • Copy Writers (BA)
  • Editors (BA)
  • Film and Video Editors (BA)
  • Graphic Designers Sound (AA or BA)
  • Journalist (BA)
  • Media Equipment Workers (AA or BA)
  • Multimedia Artists and Animators (BA)
  • Producers and Directors (BA)
  • Program Directors (BA or Beyond)
  • Photographers (AA or BA)
  • Instructors (BA or Beyond)
  • Radio Operators (CD or AA)
  • Public Relations Specialists (BA)
  • Radio and Television Announcers (AA or BA)
  • Reporters and Correspondents (AA or BA)
  • Engineering Technicians (AA or BA)
  • Talent Directors (BA)
  • Technical Writers (BA)
  • Technical Directors/Manager (BA)
  • Writers and Authors
  • Business corporations
  • Cable television
  • Colleges and universities
  • Digital stations
  • Freelance
  • Government
  • High schools
  • Internet based companies
  • Large corporations
  • Local and public television stations
  • National public radio
  • National, state, and local networks
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Print news organizations
  • Private production companies

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Occupation Median Salary U.S. Yearly Median Salary Wyoming Yearly Employment change,
2016-2026, Percentage
Reporters and Correspondents $37,820 $27,690 -35.2
Editors $57,210 $40,320 -34.7
Broadcast Technicians $38,550 $37,300 3.4
Photographers $34,070 $27,750 -41.2
Public Relations Specialists $58,020 $54,380 3.4


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Transfer Agreement with Four-Year Institution: Program Articulation

LCCC has partnered with a four-year institution to articulate a way for students to transfer earned credits. This articulation is a formal agreement between LCCC and the institution. This agreement matches up coursework to make the transfer process smooth and to eliminate any duplication of courses. Any deviations from the prescribed course list will not articulate.

Cost of Attendance

For general college expense, students can view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. Students in this program do not typically incur additional expenses.

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