Prepare for high-demand positions in the field of interactive media, UX and UI design.
In specialized courses learn advanced graphic design and user experience and interface
concepts as they apply to web and interactive design in today's digital world.
Ready to get started? Here's how to apply.
The online Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Interactive Media Design provides professionals,
artists and educators the opportunity to advance their interactive media design knowledge
and skills. Students complete four graduate-level studio art courses which address
the front-end design and production of websites and interactive media. The certificate
emphasizes visual communication, UX and UI concepts, graphic design theories and practices
within the applied context of website and interactive media design.
The Interactive Media Design Certificate consists of 12 units of graduate course work
designed to either complement a graduate program of study or to be completed as a
stand-alone certificate for individuals seeking additional academic studies for professional
growth or to advance their career.
WHY Interactive media design at Tu?
- All IAMD certificate courses are recognized as meeting Quality Matters™ review standards.
The Quality Matters™ program is a faculty-centered quality assurance process for online
learning sponsored by MarylandOnline.
- Earn a post-baccalaureate certificate or apply your coursework to one of Towson’s
graduate programs, including the Studio Art M.F.A., Art Education M.Ed. or the Art
History Concentration, Professional Studies M.A.
- You can complete the certificate entirely online without required campus visits.
Flexible Program Design
- Online courses to accommodate working professionals
- Part-time program—take one or two classes at a time. Your choice.
- Summer courses available
- Fall and spring admissions
Degree Requirements and Course Descriptions
View admission and degree requirements and course descriptions in the Graduate Catalog.
The IAMD-PBC program admits students for the fall and spring terms. Priority will
be given to students whose applications and transcripts have been received by July
1 for fall admission and December 1 for spring admission. Students who miss the priority
deadline may contact the program director via email to inquire if space is still available
for the forthcoming term.