Michigan Media Studies Certificate Graduate Programs
Certificate programs in media studies are non-degree courses that might suit individuals interested in honing their existing artistic talents, developing new skills, or learning about a specific theory or application of art.
Many media studies graduate certificate programs allow students to specialize in the following areas: sound, digital imagery, writing, marketing and psychology, web design, video, and graphic design. Depending on the university, students can choose courses in online, hybrid, or on-campus formats and do part-time or full-time study. No matter the class format, digital media graduate schools offer many options for students to explore their interests and achieve their career objectives in the field of digital media.
You can find the best digital media certificate graduate schools for you by using our filters to search by location, and course type (on-campus, online, or hybrid). Begin your search today to learn more about the different options for Certificate in digital media graduate programs at accredited colleges and universities!
- Ann Arbor, MIAnn Arbor, MI
University of Michigan
Our program is dedicated to the study of media produced for exhibition/display on and consumption through the screens of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. We regard the screen as a point of intersection where various industries, audiences, and modes...