Integrated Media

  • Media and technology impact every industry and profession. The interrelationship between media and technology is at the heart of MHCC’s unique Integrated Media programs. Our majors span four discipline areas: broadcasting, graphic design, photography and video. We focus not just on careers anchored in the digital arts but also on providing an education that is a synthesis of cutting-edge technology, creative mastery and critical thinking. Many classes are organized into interdisciplinary teams that mirror professional studio and production environments. All students have opportunities to write, record and edit audio, capture and manipulate digital images, use graphics to communicate ideas, build narrative sequences for film, and produce web sites.

  • Contact an Integrated Media Faculty Adviser

    Broadcasting Digital Assistant CPCC
    Integrated Media
    JD Kiggins
    Office: AC1383
    Blakesley Clapp
    Office: AC1385
    Graphic Design
    Dale Gronso
    Office: AC1384
    David Strohl
    Office: AC1371

  • 2-year AAS Degrees

    Integrated Media:  Graphic Design
    Integrated Media:  Photography
    Integrated Media:  Video
    How to Get Started

    How to Get Started

    Integrated Media is an open entry program that be-gins only in the fall term. Students are admitted on a space available basis after academic criteria has been met. Registration for fall term begins in late May.

    Follow this simple 3-step process to register.

    Labs, Studios, Equipment

    Labs, Studios, Equipment

    Integrated Media classes prepare students to be fluent in industry-standard software and production equipment. We have six Mac labs, six broadcast studios, and several large video and photography studios. Specialized camera and recording equipment is available for student checkout.
    Meet Your Instructors

    Meet Your Instructors

    Classes are small, rigorous and taught by award winning and experienced faculty using the latest technology. You'll work closely with the instructors in your discipline area to ensure you gain the skills necessary for success in entry-level creative services positions. 
    Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    We've answered the most common questions about our program and the admission process. Read on!

    Still didn't find the answer? Contact an Integrated Media faculty adviser.

    Exciting Internships

    Integrated Media students can participate in internships during their second year. Our students have interned for a variety of television and film productions including Portlandia and Grimm, as well as design and photo studios or organizations like OMSI, the Portland Trailblazers, and the Oregon Zoo. 
    Planning to Transfer?

    Planning to Transfer?

    Graduates of the IM programs can continue their studies at public and private four-year colleges and universities throughout the country. Your IM program adviser can sit down and talk about which school best suit your interests, budget and career goals and time frame. 

    Creative Career Options

    The creative services companies are thriving and hiring, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Our graduates find entry-level employment working for advertising agencies, production houses, boutique studios or internal creative departments at corporations such as Intel, Nike or Columbia Sportswear.