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DIGITAL DESIGN PROGRAM

Available Courses
Digital Information Technology
Digital Design 1
Digital Design 2
Digital Design 3
Digital Design 4

Industry Certifications Offered
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Photoshop
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) InDesign
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Illustrator

This program prepares students for employment in digital publishing positions, such as Information Technology Assistants, Production Assistants, Digital Assistant Designers, Graphic Designers, and Multi-Media Designers. The content includes, but is not limited to, enhanced practical experiences in computer-generated art and text, graphic design, graphic production, digital design skills, preparation of digital layouts and illustrations, scanning, and the development of specialized multimedia presentations.

WEB DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Available Courses
Digital Information Technology
Foundations of Web Design
User Interface Design
Web Scripting Fundamentals
Media Integration Fundamentals

Industry Certifications Offered
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Dreamweaver
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Flash
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Photoshop
Certified Internet Web (CIW) JavaScript Specialist
Certified Internet Web (CIW) Site Development Associate
Certified Internet Web (CIW) Advanced HTML5 & CSS3 Specialist

This program is designed to provide students with opportunities to acquire and apply foundational skills related to web design and develop skills needed to prepare for further education and careers such as an Assistant Web Designer, a Web Designer, and Senior Web Designer in the Information Technology. The content includes but is not limited to operating system commands and web document development, design, promotion and scripting.

TV PRODUCTION PROGRAM (Levels 1 and 2 Only)

Available Courses
TV Production Tech 1
TV Production Tech 2

Industry Certifications Offered
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Premiere Pro

This program covers competencies in safety, lighting, basic television production equipment, broadcast script interpretation, teamwork, research and audio and video editing.

TV PRODUCTION PROGRAM (Levels 3 and Above)

Available Courses
TV Production 3
TV Production 4
TV Production 5

Industry Certifications Offered
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Premiere Pro

This program prepares students for initial employment as television production operators, television broadcast technicians, camera operators, other professional/paraprofessional technicians, video recording engineers, and audio recording engineers.

Possible Tracks

DIGITAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Industry Certifications Offered
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Powerpoint, Word, and Excel.

This course is designed to provide a basic overview of current business and information systems and trends, and to introduce students to fundamental skills required for today’s business and academic environments. Emphasis is placed on developing fundamental computer skills. The intention of this course is to prepare students to be successful both personally and professionally in an information based society. Digital Information Technology includes the exploration and use of: databases, the Internet, spreadsheets, presentation applications, management of personal information and email, word processing and document manipulation, HTML, web page design, and the integration of these programs using software that meets industry standards.

AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES

This course introduces the student to the essential ideas of computer science and how computing and technology influences the world around. Students will creatively address real-world issues and concerns while using the same processes and tools as artists, writers, computer scientists, and engineers to bring ideas to life.

AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A

Prerequisite: AP Computer Science Principles Requirement: completion of summer project Students will learn emphasized programming methodology and procedural abstraction. Course focuses on the study of data structures and abstraction. Topics include object-oriented programming, designing classes, GUI (Graphic User Interface), arrays, searching, and sorting algorithms. The course also includes AP Programspecified content.

PROGRAMMING IN JAVA

Prerequisite: AP Computer Science A This course provides an introduction to object-oriented programming and the Java programming language. Students will design, build, implement and debug computer applications and web applets using the Java language.

ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING

Prerequisite: Programming in Java COP2800 This course provides an introduction to object-oriented programming and the Java programming language. Students will design, build, implement and debug computer applications and web applets using the Java language.

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