Interactive Multimedia (IMM) students use their creativity to produce videos and websites with the potential for millions of viewers.
You could be the next YouTube star.
Interactive Multimedia prepares students for success in the fields of digital video production as well as and development. Personalized individual instruction, teamwork, projects and student-directed learning, combined with hands-on training utilizing the most modern hardware and software, prepare students for careers in business, industry and government. Eligible students may participate in an internship the last six weeks of the program.
The video software, Premiere Pro and After Effects CS5, is used in popular TV shows and movies. Some movies have received Academy Award for Best Editing using this software. Students studying video production use this software to develop their own internet television show entitled, CTTV. Episodes of the show include news segments, commercials and music videos which can be seen on the IMM website. As the capstone of this class, students produce their own short film. Video students have the opportunity to work with high quality cameras, microphones, computers and editing software.
Students learn these concepts and others – based on their career major:
Students who complete this class have several career options. Video students can become video production assistants (shooting, editing, or producing video), work with advertising firms to produce commercials or work on the set of a Hollywood film. Webstudents might become webdesigners or developers. They could work for companies like Google, Facebook or Twitter, or start and build their own business. Many students continue their education before joining the workforce. Some freelance on the side to earn money for college.