Digital Media: Video Production. Storytelling. Videography.


Digital Media Arts (DMA) students learn a broad spectrum of skills, including videography, web creation, 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, fundamental website creation and the preparation and delivery of media via the internet.

Successful DMA graduates will possess the knowledge, skills and competencies to:

  • Transform scripts into video productions
  • Create and maintain a website
  • Edit program material using non-linear editing stations
  • Work with multiple software programs to create still and motion graphics
  • Publish video to the web
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Learn from experienced teachers who work in the industry.


The 12-month Digital Media Arts (DMA) programs offers a blended curriculum, combining online learning with in-person training from experienced professionals.

Course work includes training with video, lighting and audio equipment, as well as editing and production software, and DMA students have access to HD cameras, non-linear editing stations, light kits and audio equipment.


DMA Students are loaned a Google Chromebook as part of our SHARE program for the duration of their enrollment at the Specs Howard School, and have access to reference materials, computers and A/V resources at the SHS Learning Resource Center.

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The disclosure information listed below is regarding the Digital Media Arts program – On-time Graduation Rates, Median Loan Debt, Placement Rates and Occupational Information.

Program Name: Digital Media Arts

• This program is designed to be completed in 48 weeks.

• This program will cost $16,950.00 for tuition/fees if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.

• Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $11,910.00 of debt.

• The following States do not have licensure requirements for this profession: Michigan

• For more information about graduation rates, loan repayment rates, and post-enrollment earnings about this institution and other postsecondary institutions please click here: