Video Production and Editing Program

The ten-month Video Production and Editing Certificate Program will educate, encourage, inspire, support, and create the next generation of video production professionals. This student-centered, hands-on program provides students with a solid core of video production knowledge and teaches them how to grow beyond the program curriculum with guidance from highly qualified, full-time and part-time faculty with extensive experience in video production. Our hands-on approach to learning will build confident, prepared, polished graduates ready to prosper in the field of video production. Our aim is to create well-rounded storytellers. Our students find great characters and tell their stories passionately.  

Classes will start at 1261 Glenarm Place and move to 200 E. 9th Street in Denver in the Fall of 2014. Details will be given at registration.

Why consider video production and editing?

yellow check markStudents will learn to shoot, and edit in the video medium a finished segment.

yellow check markProduce videos that can be uploaded to the web or television broadcast ready.

yellow check markGet a start in an industry that has been projected to grow 17% by 2014.

yellow check markThis program prepares students to go to work or transfer to a 2 or 4 year college and seek their degree in the film, video, and related industries.

yellow check markTurn your creativity into a career where every day is different and interesting.

What is the average pay for a film and video editor?

Entry-level

  • Hourly Pay = $14.03
  • Annual Salary = $29,742

Experienced

  • Hourly Pay = $29.52
  • Annual Salary = $61,398

What types of jobs can I choose to learn?

  • Computer-generated imaging
  • Digital filming and editing
  • Film and video Editor
  • Multimedia artist and animator
  • Photography
  • Training film producer
  • Television, video, and motion picture camera operator
  • Videographer
  • Video journalism
  • Video story telling
  • Video production
  • Video production assistant

What types of companies can I work for?

  • Advertising agencies
  • Branding & promotion agencies
  • Cable Television
  • Commercial production
  • Educational videos
  • Event and concert production companies
  • Event equipment rentals and sales companies
  • Extreme/sporting events
  • Feature film producing companies
  • Industrial video
  • Integrated marketing & communication companies
  • Internet production
  • Marketing and promotion firms
  • Network
  • News media
  • Not-for-profit organizations

Program Details

2014 - 2015 Program Dates:

  • Part-Time (p.m.):
    • 8/25/2014 – 7/8/2015, plus internship/capstone
      • Video Editor, Part-Time (p.m.)
        • 8/25/2014 – 4/21/2015, plus electives
      • Videography
        • 8/25/2014 – 5/4/2015, plus electives

Class Hours:

  • Full-Time: M-Th, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Part-Time:
    • AM: M-Th, 7:30 - 11:30 a.m.
    • PM: M-Th, 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Video Production and Editing:

  • Total Contact Hours: 900
  • Total Credit Hours: 43.00
  • Estimated Program Cost: $4,474 plus books and materials
  • The estimated costs are for reference only. Exact prices will be assigned during the registration process.

Videography:

  • Total Contact Hours: 330
  • Total Credit Hours: 19.00
  • Estimated Program Cost: $1,976 plus books and materials
  • The estimated costs are for reference only. Exact prices will be assigned during the registration process.

Videography

Video Editor

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