I decided to look into it after I looked up the TV and Radio program there. I emailed a woman who taught TV and she told me I can look into this program too:
Based on the strong interrelationship between information technology (IT) and new media design, the DMIT program explores a dynamic range of current and emerging fields.
Students can build a pathway that is of interest to them and can create unique skill sets upon graduation, making them highly versatile in the job market. The DMIT Diploma is offered full-time as a 2-year program, starting in September.
What to expect
Students in this area of emphasis should have an interest in the exciting and evolving world of fiction and non-fiction media production.
The Digital Cinema area of emphasis gives you real world, hands-on experience that will allow you to not only learn about filmmaking but also become a filmmaker and a creative entrepreneur. Courses prepare you for the creative, technical and business aspects of this rapidly growing industry while also introducing you to industry organizations and professionals that can assist you in launching your career.
Our in-depth and industry-directed courses will help you identify original stories and teach you how to plan, script, budget, film and edit these stories to deliver finished narrative fiction and non-fiction productions. Through all four levels, you will be mentored by award-winning industry professionals.
For aspiring producers, content creators and technical craftspeople, the Digital Media area of emphasis is highly focused on the business side of digital screen production. You will have the opportunity to develop your own transmedia production while developing a business plan that includes financing, casting and all five phases of production.
Common jobs for Digital Cinema grads are
- Film Editor
- Sound Technician
Students considering this area of emphasis should have a creative mind and an interest in design, typography, colour and corporate identity/branding.
The Visual Communications area of emphasis will give you the skills you need to be a professional graphic designer. You will learn how to create high-quality, eye-catching products by applying advanced design principles.
Courses will focus on two core software tools that will help you accomplish this goal: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
Supplemental courses will teach you the practical and theoretical sides of visual design, such as colour theory, typographic history and the art of telling a story using characters and images. To round out the program, you will also take time developing a portfolio and learning the business side of this industry.
As a graduate, you will understand how to translate ideas into a finished product that clearly and creatively delivers a message.
Common jobs for Visual Communications grads are
- Media Designer
- Graphic Designer
- Commercial Designer
- Print Operator
- Creative Director
- Package Designer
- Advertiser/Branding Specialist
- Front-End Web Designer
- UI/UX Designer
Digital Publishing Certificate: I like publishing.
CCTD10 - Client/Designer Relations
Recommended: CCTO101 Windows Desktop Operating System or any other Windows operating system, or equivalent practical computer experience (browsing for files, using a mouse, average typing speed of 25+ wpm, using a word processing application).
CCTD910 - Project: Digital Publishing
Students will use the various Adobe software products to create a completed pdf for print and web delivery. The course will also guide students through the proper work flow and process of creating a professional document with clear visual communication. Students will also gain the tools to communicate design theory in order to create, critique, educate and defend design concepts in order to maximize efficiency and production when working in a team environment.
Recommended: To be eligible for this course you must successfully complete all other required courses in the Digital Publishing Certificate.