Digital Media Production

Core arts-sector occupations demand constantly varying combinations of artistic imagination, metaphoric representation, symbolic connections, and technical skills. Successful career preparation involves both broad and in-depth academic and technical preparation as well as the cultivation of twenty-first-century skills assets, such as flexibility, problem-solving abilities, and interpersonal skills. The anchor and pathway standards make explicit the appropriate knowledge, skills, and practical experience students should have in order to pursue their chosen profession, whether that profession requires postsecondary education, graduate training, or apprenticeship.

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Lead Instructor

Juan Gomez

Digital Media Production Pathway Courses

  • Computer Literacy
  • Media Arts
  • Multimedia
  • ROP Media Arts


  • Film Production Manager
  • Web Designer
  • Video Technician