Digital Media Art

Concentration in Digital Video


This curriculum encompasses and explores all aspects of digital motion media from traditional video production to the emerging fields of independent web based content - including television and film concepts. 

Depending on the interest and commitment of the individual student, professional opportunities include work as a:

  • Studio Artist
  • Independent Film Maker
  • Digital Storyteller
  • Online Media Producer
  • Videographer
  • Video Editor
  • Commercial or Independent Video Producer
  • Work in lighting and sound design

In whatever capacity they work, graduates bring critical thinking and technical strategies relevant to contemporary media and the media arts to their profession.

Preparing students for the world of contemporary media is an important consideration of the department. Students in the video concentration are expected to complete a professional internship in their area of interest.

Courses Include:

  • Graphic Design 1
  • Typography
  • Introduction to Digital Photo/Imaging
  • Time, Motion & Communication
  • Introduction to Digital Video
  • Digital Video 2 - Documentary
  • Digital Video 3 - Narrative and Digital Storytelling
  • The Art of Film
  • Introduction to Web Design

For more information contact Assistant Professor Romy Hosford: