Digital Media Arts students learn a broad spectrum of skills including videography; web design; audio, video and online production, script writing and story boarding, non-linear editing and still and motion graphic creation.
The hands-on program is focused on teaching students the fundamentals of quality digital video production, proper production techniques, editing and technical operation, fundamental website creation and the preparation and delivery of media via the Internet.
Successful graduates of the program will have experience:
The 12-month Digital Media Arts programs offers a blended curriculum - combining online learning with in-person training from experienced professionals.
Course work includes hands-on experience with professional video, light and audio equipment and industry-standard editing and production software.
Classes meet in internet-accessible SHS media labs equipped with large screen monitors at the Specs Howard Farmington Hills Studio Center satellite location.
Along with access to HD Cameras, non-linear editing stations, light kits and audio equipment to produce video for the web, DMA students have access to reference materials, computers and A/V resources at the Specs Howard School Learning Resource Center at the Southfield Campus.
DMA students are provided an Apple MacBook Pro as part of the Specs Howard Access to Resources for Education (SHARE) program.
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