Multimedia Technology

Multimedia Technology provides a rich learning environment where students develop broadcasting, animation, electronic publishing, photography, and digital video skills as they prepare communications to be marketed worldwide. Students will use their creativity to design, develop, produce, edit and broadcast weekly newscasts, student spotlights, program spotlights, and other events on westtech.tv.  The environment will enable students to gain the skills needed for life-long learning, flexibility, and the ability to meet deadlines.

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Employment Opportunities

  • Entrepreneur
  • Advertisement Agencies
  • Photography Studios
  • Web Site Design Studios
  • Internet Based Businesses
  • Web Development Companies
  • Television

Certifications Available

  • IC3--Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, Living Online (Certiport)
  • Adobe Certified Expert--Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash, Adobe Premier Pro, Adobe Acrobat Professional (Pearson VUE)
  • Adobe Certified Associate--Visual Communications with Photoshop, Graphic Design and Illustration with Adobe Illustrator, Web Communications Using Adobe Dreamweaver (Certiport)
  • Apple--Apple Certified Pro:  Logic Pro
  • CTTC--Fundamentals of Technology, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Production Assistant, Editor, Producer
  • Brainbench--Computer Fundamentals, Computer Literacy, Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Photographer, WWW Concepts, HTML, XHTML, CSS
  • WOW Academy--WebYoda Associate Webmaster
  • Career Readiness Certificate

Salary Range

Up to $33/hour

Degree Requirements

Career Major

Major Requirements

Animator
Total Hours 600
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Fundamentals of Web Design 120
Multimedia and Image Management Techniques 120
Principles of Animation 120
Career Major Capstone 120

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Desktop Publisher/Graphic Designer
Total Hours 720
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Desktop Publishing and Graphic Design 120
Digital Editing and Production Photography 120
Multimedia and Image Management Techniques 120
Advanced Design Techniques 120
Career Major Capstone 120

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Digital Video Technician
Required Courses:  Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Digital Media Production 120
Non-Linear Digital Editing 120
Audio Production 120
Broadcast Production 120
Career Major Capstone 120
Total Hours 720

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Multimedia Specialist
Total Hours 960
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Fundamentals of Web Design 120
Multimedia and Image Management Techniques 120
Desktop Publishing and Graphic Design 120
Non Linear Digital Editing 120
Advanced Digital Video Tools and Techniques 120
Career Major Capstone 120

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Burns Flat

For more information, contact Denise Harper at 580-562-3181, ext. 228 [email protected]