Digital Media Production
College of Extended Learning
SF State Downtown Center
835 Market Street, 6th Floor,
San Francisco, CA 94103-1901
Program Director: Craig Abaya
Digital Media Production is an academic certificate of the SF State College of Extended Learning. Emphasis is on tools training in film audio and video post production. Students are not required to apply for the entire certificate in order to take Digital Media courses.
The certificate program requires completion of 24 semester units. Fifteen of these units are to be taken from a core of courses and the remaining nine may be chosen from the list of elective courses. To be admitted to the Digital Media Production Certificate program, students should have at least 56 units of academic credit with a minimum GPA of 2.0 or sufficient experience to demonstrate that they can perform upper division work. However, students who do not have 56 units are encouraged to apply and may be admitted to the program on a conditional basis.
Check with Digital Media Production staff for additional requirements.
|DM 310||Digital Video Production||3|
|DM 315||Final Cut Pro 101||2|
|DM 330||Digital Editing Fundamentals||2|
|DM 350||Pro Tools 101||1|
|DM 360||Photoshop for Digital Video||1|
|DM 370||After Effects||2|
|DM 380||After Effects Compositing and Effects Workshop||2|
|DM 420||DVD Studio Pro 101||2|
Total for core: 15 units
7 units selected from the following:
|DM 365||Motion 101||1|
|DM 390||Marketing and Distribution||2|
|DM 430||Flash (2D Animation)||2|
|DM 450||Pro Tools 201||2|
|DM 460||Pro Tools 210P||2|
|DM 462||Pro Tools 210M||2|
|DM 470||Digital Rights||1|
|DM 490||Pro Tools 310P||2|
|DM 492||Pro Tools 310M||2|
|DM 510||Portfolio Project||2|
Total for certificate: 24 units
Written English Proficiency Requirement
Academic certificate program courses require good writing skills. Students enrolled in certificate programs who do not have baccalaureate degrees are asked to demonstrate their writing ability soon after admission by passing ENG 414. ENG 414 is regularly offered through the Open University program through the College of Extended Learning.