Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services
Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences
Multimedia Development Minor Objectives
Provide students with design skills.
Develop students' multimedia production skills.
Prepare students for employment in the multimedia field.
Multimedia Development Minor Requirements
The Multimedia Development minor is especially appropriate for fields which require computer-based instruction, such as business, computer science, engineering, and communications, but students from all majors are accepted. For detailed requirements, contact the ITLS department.
meet with the ITLS program coordinator to complete the necessary paperwork
successfully complete a minimum of 15 credits from the following courses:
*MIS courses may have required pre-requisites. Check before registration. Check the class schedule or with the program advisor for availability and course options.
Employment opportunities for graduates with multimedia development skills are increasing as hundreds of companies are being established to meet the demand for well-designed multimedia materials. This 15-credit undergraduate minor is designed for the individual who would enjoy producing multimedia computer-based training materials.
The multimedia minor requires a minimum of 15 credit hours for completion. To be officially accepted into the minor, students must meet with the Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences (ITLS) multimedia minor coordinator and complete an Information Sheet (available in the ITLS department main office - Emma Eccles Jones Education building, room 215.