Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Digital Media Technology
Digital Video Production
It’s more business-oriented. Baker looks to employers to find out what they need, and what they look for in prospective employees and they teach that.– Winston Hughes Baker student
The Digital Video Production program focuses on learning all the fundamentals of Digital Video Production, from concept through completion.
In this program, you will:
- Become well-versed in the use of computers as well as specific software for digital editing and graphic effects.
- Gain a historical perspective of the evolution of video to help build a foundation for developing creative productions.
- Learn the fundamentals of digital media.
- Gain hands-on training in digital audio and video recording, editing, and production.
- Learn how to incorporate motion graphics, digital imaging, and illustration.
- Produce a finished video for use in your portfolio.
This program is part of the Baker College Smart Degree Option.
- The average annual wage for multi-media and computer animators is $61,000.
- Employment in Videography is expected to grow 12 percent by 2016, which is about as fast as average.
- Video is used in almost every industry. In addition to motion picture, TV, music videos, and commercials, video is used in business and government to educate, promote an organization’s image, provide product information, train employees, or to record an event.
- The best job prospects are for multimedia artists and animators, film and video editors, and others skilled in digital filming and computer-generated imaging.