Are you fascinated by film and video? Bursting with ideas on how to improve every movie, sitcom and TV commercial you watch? Eager to produce your own work? Then it’s time to learn the skills you need to bring your dream to life.
Globe University’s affiliate, Minnesota School of Business, has the program for you—the Associate in Applied Science in Digital Video and Media Production degree. Working in professional-grade studios at the college’s Edina location, you will get hands-on experience in the fundamentals of video production:
Toward the end of the program, you will bring all of those elements together, producing a professional-quality demo reel and participating in an internship. Since a full schedule of courses is offered year-round, you can earn this 2-year degree in just 18 months of continuous study. While you are a student and after you graduate, the school will be there to help with the job-search process. More about the program...
We invite you to visit our digital video and media production school. Call 1-877-303-6060 or contact admissions to make arrangements for a tour. That’s a great time to ask questions about financial aid, student support, accreditation and other important factors in your college decision.
Globe University is accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award doctoral degrees, master’s degrees, bachelor of fine arts degrees, bachelor of science degrees, associate in applied science degrees and diplomas.
Working collaboratively with fellow Globe Education Network member Minnesota School of Business, the university offers college degree programs online and on campus in locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region (the IDS Center, Blaine, Brooklyn Center, Plymouth, Richfield, Elk River, Lakeville and Woodbury), Rochester, Shakopee, St. Cloud and Moorhead, Minnesota (MN); Appleton, Green Bay, Wausau, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Middleton and Madison, Wisconsin (WI); and Sioux Falls, South Dakota (SD). Our online program is world-wide, and our campuses serve students from Upper Midwest communities including Fargo, North Dakota (ND) and Bloomington, Eagan, White Bear Lake, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Burnsville, Roseville, Maplewood, Minnetonka and Maple Grove, MN.