Communications and Information Systems

Multi-media


Multi-media

Program Instructors:

  • Mary Racicky
  • Christopher Holton
  • Greg Ulmer

Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Program Description:

Students taking courses in the Arts, Audio Visual Technology and Communication cluster will focus on the design and production of web, print, multimedia, and video products. The cluster is made up of two pathways, Digital Design and Multi-Media.

Multi-Media Pathway Description:

Students will expand their media skills of interviewing, reporting, writing, editing, photography/videography, and design. Students will explore careers while working together to create projects. Students will learn video production concepts and software as well as learn scriptwriting and storyboarding. Students will be involved in producing video projects of school activities outside the normal school day.

Course Information

Courses

  • Introduction to Media
  • Media Production I CPI-270609
  • Media Production II CPI-270610

Length

Each course in the Multi-Media Pathway is one semester in length.

Certifications

None

Criterion to be considered for admission include

CPI Criterion

Careers

Journalist, broadcaster, camera operator, film maker, director, editors, copy writer, screenplay writer, photographer, videographer.

Salary

Starting salary range from $27.000-$55,000

Student Organizations

None

Prerequisites

  • Introduction to Media-Interst in Media
  • Media Production I-Introduction to Media
  • Media Production II-Media Production I