Digital Media Production

Mid-South Community College offers a Certificate of Proficiency in Film and Video Production as well as an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Digital Media Production.* The AAS is an occupational degree program that prepares students for entry-level positions in fields such as feature film, graphic design, web design and advertising as well as the recording industry, radio, and Internet-based media firms.
*pending ADHE approval

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THE PROGRAM

MSCC’s AAS degree in Digital Media Production provides a comprehensive introduction to the field while helping students develop a skill set that prepares them for employment. The program teaches:

  • Advanced cinematography and lighting techniques for film and video
  • The entire film production process from pre-production through post-production
  • Beginning and advanced graphic design techniques using industry standard Adobe software
  • The process of creating and maintaining dynamic web content specific to the needs of industry professionals
  • Standard operation of a digital radio station while receiving hands-on experience with MSCC’s own KWEM radio station

For more information about the Digital Media Production program, visit our website at www.midsouthcc.edu, or contact the Admissions Office at 870.733.6728 or admissions@midsouthcc.edu.

Potential Careers & Earnings

Editors and Camera Operators | $45,490
Graphic Designers | $43,500
Desktop Publishers | $36,610
Web Developers | $44,860

 

These salaries are based on information from the Arkansas Department of Workforce Education and salary.com. They reflect earnings for employees with several years of experience.

 

Students with disabilities verified by a qualified physician are entitled

 to reasonable accommodations needed to complete their educational goals while attending MSCC.

For Gainful Employment information, please visit www.midsouthcc.edu/index.php?id=367.

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