Entertainment Media Technology
Entertainment Media Technology programs consist of designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services.
- Entertainment Media Technology - Animation and Simulation Design Technology, AAS
- Entertainment Media Technology - Entertainment Industry Mechanics, AAS
- Entertainment Media Technology - Film and Video Technology, AAS
Animation and Simulation Design Technology
The Animation and Simulation Design Technology program emphasizes the techniques and tools used in game design and the creative design or content of such media. Modern animation skills are developed through hands-on training and professional business outcomes. Also included is in-depth analysis and training in three-dimensional animation skills, both for entertainment and industrial applications. The program prepares students for high-wage, high-demand, entry-level employment in the entertainment media production field. The Animation and Simulation Design Technology program may be 1-2 years in length and offers a Career certificate, Technical certificate and/or an Associate of Applied Science Degree.
Animation and Simulation is offered on the Rankin and Vicksburg Campuses. Animation and Simulation is also coming soon to the Raymond Campus! If you would like updates on when these courses will kick off in Raymond, please email CISWest@hindscc.edu.
Entertainment Industry Mechanics
Offered on the Utica Campus, this program is designed to prepare individuals for the Entertainment Industry by allowing them to engage in hands-on training and provide them with the skills needed for industry, including digital sound, lighting, editing and stage craft. The program may be 1 – 2 years in length and offers the Career Certificate, Technical Certificate and/or Associate of Applied Science Degree.
Film and Video Technology
The Film and Video Technology program, offered on the Rankin Campus, provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to find employment in the film and video industry. The program prepares its students to work on feature film, television commercials, music videos, documentary films, Internet multimedia and other audio-visual media forms. The program may be 1-2 years in length an offers the Career Certificate, Technical Certificate and/or Associate of Applied Science Degree.