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Digital Media Multimedia Presentation

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  • Classes

    The following classes can be taken as part of our certificate and degree programs, can help satisfy the elective requirements for the Associate in Arts degree or meet the common prerequisites for your chosen four-year major.

  • Facilities

    Learn your craft using the latest software technology, including Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Avid Pro Tools and Logic Pro 9. A full working studio is decked out with a green screen, a sound-proof audio editing booth and high-end iMacs with video editing decks that are run through 42-inch LCD monitors. Each year, digital media students can compete in the Semmy Awards, an annual event open to all SPC and high school students.

    Software includes:

    • Adobe Creative Cloud: including Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects and Audition
    • Maya
    • Alice
    • Unity-design3
    • Final Cut Pro X
    • Avid Media Composer
  • Certificate

    Our programs prepare students to produce dynamic digital media projects using the latest technological advances in digital media such as 2-D and 3-D animation and streaming media.

    Through this program, students will learn how to:

    • Use industry standard multimedia hardware and software, including Flash and Object-Oriented Programming to create Rich Internet Applications
    • Design and produce digital media/multimedia projects
    • Create interactive multimedia presentations that use text data, audio, video and animations
    • Identify and create a production pipeline for a digital project’s workflow
  • Continuing Your Education

    Our digital media certificates transfer to specific sub-plans of our A.S. degree in Digital Arts, Media and Interactive Web Design. This 64-credit-hour degree can benefit you if you're working in the field and want to update your design and computer skills.

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    Our programs can help prepare you for the following careers:

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