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DMA | Digital Media Arts

Digital Media Arts students study and practice various aspects of video and online production, including basic videography skills, writing for digital media, non-linear editing, and motion graphics The blended curriculum mixes online learning with in-person training at the Specs Howard School of Media Arts Farmington Hills Studio Center satellite location. The course includes hands-on experience with professional video, light and sound equipment, access to nine editing suites, and use of industry-standard software.  

Successful graduates of the program will have experience:

  • Creating and maintaining a basic website
  • Transforming scripts into video productions
  • Editing program material using non-linear editing stations
  • Working with multiple software programs to create still and motion graphics
  • Publishing video to the web
In-class portions of the DMA curriculum take place at the Farmington Hills satellite location only. Classes meet in the internet-accessible SHS media labs equipped with large screen monitors. DMA students have access to HD Cameras, non-linear editing stations, light kits and audio equipment to produce video for the web. DMA students also have access to the Specs Howard School Learning Resource Center at the Southfield Campus, where they can make use of reference books, periodicals, computers with word processing capabilities and internet access and A/V resources. DMA students are loaned an Apple MacBook Pro as part of the Specs Howard Access to Resources for Education (SHARE) program. Learn more about the DMA | Digital Media Arts Curriculum

To learn more about studying at Specs Howard School of Media Arts, request information or schedule a tour, please call us at 866.61.SPECS

Feel free to check out our DMA student projects in the following categories:
Video Projects
Motion Graphic Projects
Web Pages