Integrated Media Career Pathways Certificates of Completion

  • At the completion of each certificate, students should be able to:

    • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Collaborate effectively with others
    • Demonstrate ability to adapt to changing technology
    • Use effective oral and written communication
    • Access and analyze information
    • Demonstrate curiosity and imagination

  • Contact an Integrated Media Faculty Adviser

    Broadcasting Digital Assistant CPCC
    Broadcasting
    JD Kiggins
    503-491-7632
    Office: AC1383
    Video
    Blakesley Clapp
    503-491-7611
    Office: AC1385
    Graphic Design
    Dale Gronso
    503-491-6992
    Office: AC1384
    Photography
    David Strohl
    503-491-7412
    Office: AC1382

  • Broadcasting Digital Assistant CPCC

    This three-term certificate program trains students in the protocols used for the control room, studio floor and playback systems used in the broadcasting industry. Students use digital recording devices and studio equipment to record and manipulate sound.

    Graphic Design Digital Assistant CPCC

    This three-term certificate program trains students to use the elements of design-color theory, composition, and typography-to create original digital artwork.

    Photography Digital Assistant CPCC

    This three-term certificate program trains students to use the digital cameras and studio lighting equipment to capture images. Students use Adobe Creative Cloud software applications (Lightroom, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Acrobat) to prepare digital image files for print reproduction and online display, and to manipulate, retouch and resize images

    Video Digital Assistant CPCC

    This three-term certificate program trains students in both single camera-film style and in multi-camera studio production practices. Students develop stories from production plans, treatment and scripts to build narrative sequences. Students use the Adobe Creative Cloud software applications (Audition, Premiere, Dreamweaver) to prepare digital video files for broadcast and online distribution.