BOCA RATON, Fla. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 4, 2011 — Digital Media Arts College (DMAC), an accredited arts college located in Boca Raton, Fla., today announced the creation of a new Master of Fine Arts program specifically for Web Design. The 60-credit program focuses exclusively on Web design, taking an average of four to five semesters to complete. To learn more about the program, visit http://dmac.edu/web-design-mfa.
“The world of Web design has grown exponentially in recent years, and DMAC’s new Web Design MFA program is our answer to this exciting medium,” said David Murvin, executive vice president of DMAC. “We believe in the power of designing specifically for the Web and using current technology to help creative minds thrive.”
Courses within the Web Design MFA program include:
- Web Marketing and Search Engine Optimization
- Advanced Web Technology
- Web Applications
- Advanced Motion Graphics
“These courses are tailored to advance each student’s Web design skills in every way. We want students to think dynamically about every facet of Web design, including how specific designs can enhance each site’s potential and mission,” said Murvin.
Web Design MFA students create and run their own Web sites using various Web languages such as HTML, Java and CSS, advanced web authoring tools, and advanced motion graphics. Each student’s site will focus on a specific focus within Web design, such as ecommerce.
About Digital Media Arts College
Digital Media Arts College is a private, accredited arts college located in Boca Raton, Fla. The school offers undergraduate and master’s programs in Graphic Design, Advertising Design, Web Design, Visual Effects Animation, Computer Animation, and Game Art.
Within a small campus setting, DMAC students realize their potential in digital arts and develop the technical skills required to achieve a successful career. All classes are taught in a studio-like atmosphere within its new 33,000-square-foot facility equipped with industry-standard tools for digital graphic design and animation production.
For more information, visit www.dmac.edu, or call (866) 255-DMAC.
Digital Media Arts College
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