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Interactive Media Support - Certificate Program

Whether you aspire to be a skilled graphic artist, digital designer, or website creator, the Interactive Media Support Certificate program will provide you with the foundational skills and knowledge needed to excel in this dynamic field.

In today's digital age, graphic artists and designers play a crucial role in bringing creative ideas to life across various industries and sectors. From advertising agencies to tech companies, public institutions to creative studios, the demand for talented design professionals is on the rise.

This College Credit Certificate (CCC) is one of four interconnected certificates that can immediately enhance your employability or be applied toward earning the related Graphics Technology A.S.

Unlock your creative potential, build a solid foundation in design, and embark on a rewarding journey to shape your future as a design professional.

This program consists of five focused courses that delve into multimedia design, applications, and website design.

Interactive Media Support Certificate - Course Curriculum

Created to equip students with the essential skills needed for entry-level positions in the design industry, this certificate offers a practical and integrated curriculum, with in-person classes that ensure valuable, hands-on learning.

Interactive Media Support - Certificate Program

Program Overview

Certificate Type
College Credit Certificate (CCC)
Delivery Method
Cocoa, Melbourne
Total Credit Hours
Academic Community
Arts, Humanities, Communication, & Design
Contact Information

Email Program Advisor

Advising Appointments



Palm Bay via Teams

Interactive Media Support Certificate - Admissions Information

To apply for the Interactive Media Support CCC, you should follow EFSC's traditional admissions process. This program is open access, which means you can enroll during any term to start taking classes. If you have any questions or need help with the admissions process, reach out to the program advisor.

Brief Costs and Financial Aid Eligibility

The cost of in-state tuition for this certificate is approximately $1,560, excluding lab fees and course materials. Although Federal financial aid is not available due to the program's short length, you can utilize Florida Bright Futures Scholarships, Florida Prepaid, or the Nelnet Payment Plan for additional assistance. Some students may also be eligible for Veterans Educational Benefits, Titan Scholarships facilitated by the EFSC Foundation, and other scholarships from external organizations.

College Courses You Would Take

This program consists of five courses that serve as the foundation for the Graphics Technology A.S. degree. and since the certificate does not require placement testing or have general education requirements, you might start with the CCC and then move on to the A.S.

Available on-site on EFSC's Cocoa and Melbourne Campuses, these core courses provide essential knowledge and develop crucial skills. They include:

Why Study Interactive Media Support at EFSC?

Experienced Faculty to Help with Networking

The EFSC faculty in this program are experienced, Adobe-certified designers who are actively involved in their careers and professional communities. Companies and organizations in Brevard County and the greater Central Florida area recognize our design program and may approach you for freelance work opportunities. With our faculty's expertise and local connections, you'll have an advantage when seeking employment in the region.

Enhanced Learning Opportunities & Industry Certifications

As an design student at EFSC, you'll have the exciting opportunity to engage in digital media clubs, design competitions, and other enriching activities. EFSC also offers certification testing for various software applications at our Assessment Centers. You can earn industry certifications in popular software like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, credentials that are valued by potential employers.

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