Video Production and Editing

The need for professional video content has never been more in demand. Our Video Production and Editing Program offers students a small class environment, allowing students to have an enormous amount of one-on-one tme with the instructor.

This student-centered, hands-on program provides students with a solid core of video production knowledge from highly qualified faculty. Our hands-on approach includes using professional, state-of-the-art video production equipment to help students create narrative, instructional, documentary and profile videos and graduate with refined demo-reels.

This program is about more than learning about technology. Our aim is to create well-rounded storytellers. We'll teach you to find great characters and tell their stories passionately. Turn your creativity into a career where every day is different.

The Video Production program costs approximately $5,572          Entry-level video production salary is $34,011 ($16.35/hr)          The Video Production program is an 11-month, part-time program

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2019–2020 Program Dates

Please note that end dates are approximate.

Part-Time (evening)

Start Date End Date Days Time Status
8/19/2019 7/8/2020 M–Th 5:00pm-9:00pm Closed

Program Cost

Video Production and Editing Program


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Earning Potential

Occupation Projected Job Growth 2014-2024 10% Wage 25% Wage Median Wage 90% Wage
Film and Video Editors 15% 15.68/hr ($32,610/yr)

17.44/hr ($36,280/yr)

24.80/hr ($51,590/yr)

73.67/hr ($153,230/yr)

Wage information is based on the O*NET Online Occupational Database and Career One Stop for the Denver Metro Area. Entry-level employees can expect wages between the 10% and 25% rates in the first 1-3 years in a job. The 90% Wage is typical of someone who has been working in the occupation for 7 years or more. 

*Salary is not guaranteed and should be used as a guideline only. 

Related Job Titles

  • Film and video editor
  • Computer specialist
  • Multimedia artist and animator
  • Digital filming and editing
  • Computer-generated imaging
  • Television, video, and motion picture camera operator
  • Videographer

Potential Industries

  • Television stations (local and national)
  • Large cable and television networks or broadcast groups
  • Documentary and independent filmmakers
  • Advertising agencies
  • Trade shows and convention centers
  • Motion picture and sound recording studios

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