Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need to declare my degree to be a Multimedia Student?
- No, you do not need to declare a degree to be a multimedia student. By declaring
your degree status, it will enable advisors to help you meet your goals as
well as set your scheduling priority during registration.
- All of the intro series classes are on Friday and Saturday, what's up with
- We offer the intro series of Multimedia on Fridays and Saturdays. Students
can take all the classes consecutively. Notice the dates. One class will
finish and the next class will begins.
- MM110 is before the term actually starts?
- Yes it’s true. MM110 starts the Friday before the actual term begins. This
enables student to get into classes during the first week of the term without
- Will these classes transfer to another school?
- It is up to the receiving school on what classes they are willing to accept
as transfer or as prerequisites for their programs. Students are encouraged
to work with their advisor to explore their options.
- Can I get a job in Multimedia?
- The creative industry in Portland is very exciting. Your experience, portfolio,
transcripts, and references will determine your success. We advise all students
to work closely with the Campus Career Specialist to prepare a resume and
get help finding the right job.
- I've taken lots of college classes, how do I know what credits count?
- Work with an academic advisor to assist you in evaluating your credits.
- Is there a time limit to complete the certificate?
- No, students can take classes as they need them or as time allows. Please
pay attention to whether prerequisites requirements are met. If not, please
contact the department or the instructor.
- Are there any Multimedia classes offered at other campuses?
- Currently all Multimedia class are at the Cascade Campus.