Technology has become an important part of the communications field. This has led to degree programs that challenge students both creatively and technically. The arts of drawing and photography, for example, have become the arts and sciences of drawing and photography. Computer aided design and sophisticated equipment have transformed these and other creative processes as well – from lighting, filming, film editing, and sound production to desktop publishing, web design, animation, app design, and graphic design.
In short, with a degree in communications technologies and technical support, you might just find yourself at the sweet spot where art, science, and opportunity converge.
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The most popular degree categories within communications technologies and technical support include: