The Interactive Media program is designed to teach creative individuals how to improve their skills while helping to develop an eye for design and translate that knowledge into a career. This course will teach students to communicate ideas through different media with exposure in video, print, motion graphics and the web. Some possible areas of study within the 2 years of instruction will include, but not be limited to: Music and Video recording, editing and mixing, Game Design & Development including motion graphics, 3D graphics and animation, Branding/Marketing through computer graphics and more. Some possible career paths with the program and post-secondary education may include: Graphic Designer, Flash Designer, Illustrator, Web Designer, Web Developer, Production Artist, Digital Media Artist, 3D Modeler, Visual Effects Artist, Web Content Developer and Video Editor.
Students may enroll in the Interactive Media program for two years, beginning in their junior year. No prerequisites are required for this program. Six to twelve high school credits may be earned by participating in the class.
Students enrolled in Interactive Media may be eligible to apply for the following dual credits over the course of their 2 years of instruction:
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1st Year Students
VISC102 Fundamentals of Imaging - 3 credits (Must pass Accuplacer)
VISC105 Video and Sound – 3 credits (Must pass Accuplacer)
2nd Year Students
PHOT104 Basic Photography – 3 credits
VIDT210 Production Editing I – 3 credits (Must pass VISC105)
Open enrollment occurs each spring with due dates in mid-March. Contact your guidance counselor for additional details and an application.
Students will pay only for personal classroom supplies such as notebooks, paper, pencils, etc.