Digital Video, Graduate Certificate

With the quality and ease of use of digital video camcorders, anyone can capture moving images, but the result is like a Stradivarius violin: It takes training to make music. The Graduate Certificate in Digital Video is a hands-on introduction to digital video technologies, as well as an examination of the social, cultural, and political implications of moving-image production in the digital age. Students have an opportunity to gain competency in digital production and postproduction while exploring various formal, conceptual, and structural strategies. Students will also have an opportunity to learn to generate digital video that communicates effectively and inventively, in preparation for positions in the creative industries of gaming, design, and media production.

The courses in this program also serve as a concentration in the Master of Professional Studies in Digital Media.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Required Courses

DGM 6506Introduction to Digital Video2
DGM 6435Digital Video Production4
DGM 6440Editing in the Digital Studio4

Electives

Complete two of the following:8
Time-Based Media
Screenwriting: Linear and Interactive
Documentary and Nonfiction Production

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

18 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required