Local College Continues to Grow with New Digital Media Program

January 12, 2007

The International Academy of Design & Technology continues to expand its degree offerings.

Troy, Mich. - The International Academy of Design and Technology (IADT) announced today that on January 8, 2007, it launched a new Digital Media degree program. The new Digital Media Program will teach students to to analyze and develop creative solutions to digital media problems, and then convert concepts into final, professional designs. Mike Rosik, a former instructor from IADT's Visual Communication program and an experienced media professional, helped get the January class underway by accepting the position of Program Chair of Digital Media.

I'm really excited about the opportunity to change our students' lives, said Rosik. The Digital Media Program at IADT offers students the opportunity to earn a college degree and real-world skills they'll need to be successful in the field. It's an honor to be in the position to help get the program, and its students, off and running.

Students entering the Digital Media program are able to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in as little as three years. With the increasing market demand for skilled media specialists, multimedia developers, digital media authoring specialists, web designers, audio/video engineers, and streaming media specialists, IADT's Digital Media curriculum can offer a wide range of career opportunities for graduates.

IADT-Detroit also offers college degree programs in Fashion Design, Game Production, Interior Design, and Visual Communication. The International Academy of Design & Technology-Detroit is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees and bachelor's degrees.

For more information about IADT-Detroit or any of the programs, please call 888-838-2111 or visit www.iadtdetroit.com .