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Programs and Courses

Digital Arts, Media and Design

Given the rising COVID-19 case numbers in many regions and countries, we will maintain the status quo delivery model for the Winter 2021 term. This means that the majority of our programs and courses will be offered fully remotely, while those that require on-campus learning will be offered in a blended delivery mode.

Imagine an exciting career where you are creating animated 3D worlds for video games, amazing interactive websites, or visually stunning graphics. Demand for skilled workers in the creative economy continues to grow and you can be a part of it by studying digital arts, media and design at BCIT.

Graduates develop high demand skills in animation and visual effects, interactive media, communication and web design, and graphic production that can lead to various content creation jobs at gaming studios, digital and print media companies, web developers, and design agencies.

Choose from programs in Animation and Gaming, Web and Mobile, and Communication and Graphics.

Full-time Programs

Advanced Diploma | Technical Arts
Diploma | 3D Modeling, Art and Animation
Diploma | Digital Design and Development
Diploma | Graphic Communications Technology Management
Diploma | New Media Design and Web Development
Certificate | Communication Design Essentials
Associate Certificate | Graphic Design

Part-time & Professional Programs

Advanced Diploma | Technical Arts
Certificate | Media Techniques and Marketing Communications
Certificate | Media Techniques for Business
Certificate | Web Technologies (Online)*
Associate Certificate | Graphic Design
Associate Certificate | Mobile App Tools
Associate Certificate | User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) Design
Associate Certificate | Web Technologies (Online)*
Statement of Completion | Digital Photography

*Can be completed entirely Online.

Part-time Courses

BCIT part-time courses are taught in our Downtown Vancouver Campus (DTC), Burnaby Campus (BBY), and Online. The following grid displays which courses are available at each campus and the semester they are taught. Please be aware that course cost, availability, and location are subject to change.

(F) Fall term is between September to December
(W) Winter term is between January to April
(S) Spring/Summer term is between April to August

English Requirements:

Two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following:

  • BC English 12 (67%) or
  • 3.0 credits of post-secondary English, humanities or social sciences (67%) from a recognized institution