Seattle Office of Film + Music

November 12, 2010, 1:25 pm
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Shoreline Community College
Shoreline Community College (SCC) has just been approved to retool their Digital Filmmaking Technology certificate program into an Applied Associate of Arts degree. Compatible with other baccalaureate programs in the state, SCC’s new degree in Digital Filmmaking features a unique hybrid curriculum, giving film students the option to earn general education and transfer credits while completing a professional-technical degree. “We wanted students to leave not only loving film and video but also having a good, strong academic background,” program designer and instructor Ruth Gregory said of the new digital filmmaking degree. “We know that there are students who have been cheering [this] process on from the sidelines and we are excited to officially be able to share the degree with them.” Information about the AA in Digital Filmmaking is already available on the SCC website, but the school is also hosting a kickoff information event Tuesday, November 16. For more information follow the link.

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