• Arts, Audio Visual Technology & Communications

    The Arts, A/V Technology and Communications program of study combines creativity and technology to prepare students for one of today’s leading industries with a focus on careers in designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing and publishing multimedia content and entertainment services.  Animation, Audio/Visual Production, Commercial Photography, Printing and Imaging Technology, and Graphic Design are all programs available at Lamar.  Students receive certification in Adobe Premier or Adobe InDesign. 

     

    CTE Cluster

    Strand

    Year 1

    Year 2

    Year 3

    Year 4

    Certification

    Endorsement

    AUDIO VISUAL TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION

    Broadcast Journalism

    Principles of Arts Audio Visual Technology & Communication

    Audio Visual Production 1

    Audio Visual Production 2

    Digital Audio Technology

    Adobe Certified Associate Premiere Pro

    Business & Industry

    Print Journalism

    Principles of Arts Audio Visual Technology & Communication

    Graphic Design & Illustration 1

    Graphic Design & Illustration 2

    Commercial Photography 1

    Adobe Certified Associate InDesign

    Business & Industry

     

    Industry Certifications

    Broadcast Journalism

    Adobe Certified Associate Premier Pro

    The Adobe Certified Associate Premiere Pro exam measures the following domains: working in the video industry, project setup and interface, organizing vide projects, creating and modifying visual elements and publishing digital media.

     

    Print Journalism

    Adobe Certified Associate InDesign

    The Adobe Certified Associate InDesign exam measures the following domains: working in the design industry, project setup and interface, organizing documents, creating and modifying visual elements, and publishing digital media.

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Last Modified on August 21, 2020