Since 1998, Seminole State's Television and Digital Cinema Program has been teaching students the skills they need to enter the exciting field of TV and movie production.
Many students choose Television and Digital Cinema classes as electives. Classes are available on the Sanford/Lake Mary, Oviedo and Heathrow campuses. Whether they're taking classes for fun or pursuing a degree, students in the Television and Digital Cinema Program have access to state-of-the-art HD cameras and to AVID, the industry-standard editing software.
The curriculum integrates all the elements of production, from idea conception to script analysis to camera technique, so that students receive a comprehensive education rather than learning specific skills in isolation from one another. As a result, students begin creating their own programming, such as music videos, documentaries, commercials and movie trailers, in their first class.
Students who graduate with an A.S. Degree in Multimedia Technology Television and Film Production are prepared to work as camera operators, editors, light and sound engineers, producers and directors. Students in the degree program also have the opportunity to earn certificates in digital video fundamentals or video editing and post production.
Advanced courses are collaborative efforts in electronic field production. Seminole State students produce arts and public affairs programming for the cities of Casselberry and Sanford that air on local cable and public television outlets.
Students graduate from the Television and Digital Cinema Program with a demo reel that they can proudly show to prospective employers.
Seminole State College
100 Weldon Boulevard
Sanford, Florida 32773-6199