Digital Media Technology
Associate in Science (A.S.)
The Digital Media Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program at Valencia College that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in digital media.
This program can be competed in as little as two years. You'll train you in one of the hottest emerging career fields today—working in video production, motion graphics, mobile journalism or web development. You’ll learn to create persuasive, educational, informational and entertainment-based video, audio and motion graphic content for use in multimedia, web, mobile devices, broadcast and live events. And, with plenty of on-campus resources, including green screens, specialized computer labs and industry-standard equipment, you can polish your skills and gain the hands-on experience needed to start your career as an Interactive Media Technician, Web Production Technician, Motion Graphics Designer, Web Developer, Digital Video Editor, Digital Videographer, Digital Audio Technician, Post-Production Specialist and more.
- Video Production
- Mobile Journalism
- Motion Graphics
- Web Development
Program Overview and Degree Requirements
Review course descriptions, important dates and deadlines and other program details in the official college catalog.
Valencia College certificate programs can put you on the fast track to reaching your career goals. They are designed to equip you with a specialized skill set for immediate employment or career advancement. Most can be completed in one year or less.
Digital Broadcast Production (24 credits)
Digital Media Development (12 credits)
Digital Media Video Production (12 credits)
Digital Media Web Development (24 credits)
Digital Media Web Production (15 credits)
Digital Video Fundamentals (12 credits)
Digital Video Editing and Post-Production (24 credits)
Digital Webcast Media (12 credits)
Digital Webcast Technology (24 credits)
Alternative Ways To Earn Credit
Did you know that you may already be eligible to receive college credit toward this program? Check out these opportunities:
You want to step up. We have a path to a bachelor's.
Prepare for a supervisory or management role in your field with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Business and Organizational Leadership. After completing your A.S. degree, build on your skills and expand your career opportunities by continuing your education at Valencia College and earning a bachelor’s degree. We encourage you to meet with a career program advisor to create your personalized education plan.
Learn How To
- Create static and motion graphics for video projects.
- Capture and manipulate video, image and audio files.
- Create content for high-bandwidth, digital broadcasting.
- Design and develop interactive, digital media for mobile device and/or the internet.
- Create video projects for commercial and industrial use.
- Present digital and interactive media projects to a live audience using a variety of digital media formats.
Orlando is a leading destination for the film and digital media industry. State-of-the-art sound stages, post-production houses, large motion-capture studio, television broadcast studios and unique venues have helped the region become one of the busiest production centers in the United States. There are many exciting career choices that are available in theme parks, corporate theater, film companies, TV stations, convention services, and numerous other entertainment venues.
- Interactive Media Technician
- Web Production Technician
- Motion Graphics Designer
- Web Developer
- Digital Video Editor
- Digital Videographer
- Digital Audio Technician
- Post-Production Specialist
AVERAGE SALARY RANGE
$28,000 - $30,000
The average placement rate for Valencia College A.S. degree and certificate programs ranges between 90 – 95%, according to the latest FETPIP data.
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