CIT Digital Design

Welcome to Digital Design

The DSU Computer and Information Technology 4-Year Degree program offers an emphasis in Digital Design (DES). The DES emphasis is for students interested in graphic arts, graphic design, desktop publishing, computer illustration, computer graphics, multimedia development, and digital video development.

Below you will find descriptions of each of these fields as well as many of the job requirements employers are requesting. Additionally, you will find DSU course listings next to the job requirements. These course listings correspond to specific courses that teach the skills employers seek. Please take the time to browse through these careers and course offerings below. We also invite you to come in and test drive the latest in computer hardware and software and explore your own creative and technical abilities while you learn with us at Dixie State University’s Digital Design program.

Graphic Design

The practice or profession of designing print or electronic forms of visual information, as for an advertisement, CD, publication, or website. The Digital Design courses that teach graphic design include:

Job requirements include:

Multimedia Development

Multimedia is the combined use of media, such as text, graphics, video, sound for education or entertainment. The end products of multimedia development include movies, music, DVDs, CD-ROMs, radio, print, television, and the Internet. The Visual Technologies courses that teach multimedia development include:

Job requirements include:

Digital Video

Digital video developers plan, script, capture, produce, manage, and edit digital video projects for CD, DVD, and the Web. The Visual Technologies courses that teach digital video skills include:

Job requirements include:

Last Updated 08/01/2016