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DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY

WEIGHTED: 0.666
Grade: 11-12

Credits: 3 units, 1.5 Fall Semester, 1.5 Spring Semester
DUAL CREDIT: UCM MUS 1410 (.5), MUS 1420 (.5), MUS 1450 (2 credits to eligible students).
PREREQUISITE:
GPA: 2.5 cumulative or higher; Attendance: 90% or higher; Math: Algebra l, C or higher; Reading/Writing: 10th
grade level; a total of two (2) credits in any of the following areas: Fine Arts, Practical Arts related to Arts and Communications
Career Pathway (e.g. Intro Video Tech/Broadcasting, News for Print and Online I, Visual Arts, Advanced Video Tech, or
comparable courses).
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Applicants are required to submit one (1) audio/visual portfolio artifact such as: a video
created and/or edited by the applicant (not to exceed 3 minutes), an audio file created, recorded, and/or mixed by the applicant
(not to exceed 3 minutes), a digital photograph captured and edited by the applicant, a video recording of the applicant
performing (this could be from a school large or small ensemble or solo performance), OR any similar item of the applicant's
choice.
Recommended: Computer Applications or Programming; proficiency in keyboarding.
The Digital Media Technology program at Summit Technology Academy prepares students for college and careers in arts,
audio/video technology, and communications. Students will focus on the complete video and audio production workflow from
pre-production through post-production. They will work in teams to integrate video, sound, music, and motion graphics in
entrepreneurial and client-based projects for their schools and/or communities. Students have the opportunity to gain skills
towards an industry-recognized certification in Final Cut Pro or Logic Pro.