DIGITAL CONTENT CREATION
Students willl learn how to create, edit and publish digital content for various digital platforms, such as social media, websites, and mobile devices. Students learn how to use various tools and software to produce videos, graphics, animations, and interactive media that engage and inform audiences.
The program covers topics such as storytelling, content strategy, user experience, and content optimization and includes practical experiences such as internships, projects, and portfolio development.
|Type of diploma||Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS|
|Program category||500 – Artistic techniques|
|Units to be completed for the diploma||52.66|
|Total duration||6 sessions|
|Total time to complete the diploma||1650 hours|
|Number of internships offered||1|
|Duration of internship||285 hours|
About the program:
- Limited capacity
- Offered at both campuses
- Possibility of taking day, evening or weekend courses
- This program is offered in English and French.
- Mandatory internship in a company
The objective of the program is to train technicians specialized in digital content creation on various multimedia platforms. They will have the necessary skills to create and adapt images, soundtracks, videos and texts for online integration. Technicians will also be able to be project coordinators for advertising production.
This program allows students to have titles such as advertising coordinator or specialist. The student will be able to adapt to new technologies that are emerging in the job market.
Once students graduate, they will be able to work in advertising agencies, various businesses, organizations or institutions with a web presence, multimedia production companies and electronic media.
To learn more about the application process, please go to the admissions tab for more information.
The Digital Content Creation program consists of 52.66 total units, spread over six semesters. During the course of the program, the student must complete 555 hours of theory and 1095 hours of practical courses, for a total of 1,650 hours. In order to graduate, the student must complete all of the courses listed below:
List of required courses:
|Course code||Course name||Duration (hours)|
|589-MN1-GC||Introduction to Digital Media||45|
|589-BL2-GC||Office Automation Software||60|
|589-EN1-GC||Digital Image Editing||60|
|589-TLE-GC||Leadership and Teamwork||45|
|589-CN1-GC||Digital Content Integration||60|
|589-AC1-GC||Digital Content Analysis||45|
|589-BP1-GC||Production of a Podcast||105|
|589-MM1-GC||Introduction to Marketing||60|
|589-PL1-GC||Cost of Producing an Online Advertisement||45|
|589-CBS-GC||Creative Ideation Sessions||45|
|589-RB1-GC||Writing a Blog||105|
|589-PP1-GC||Presentation of an advertising production project||60|
|589-AVP-GC||Audio and Video Production Coordination||45|
|589-PV1-GC||Video Production for Social Media||105|
|589-VCN-GC||Selling Digital Content||60|
|589-FEN-GC||Customer Loyalty in the Digital Age||60|
|589-PRW-GC||Production of an Internet Story||105|
|589-AWR-GC||Writing and Recording Commercials||105|
|589-SCM-GC||Internship in Digital Content Creation||285|
Accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education (MES), the college is recognized as a college-level technical institution - Permit 693550
Accredited by the Ministry of Education, Collège Canada inc. is recognized as a private educational institution at vocational training level - Permit 660500
Canada College Inc. is founded on the principles of academic excellence, professional support and student success. It accompanies its students in their process of development and integration into Quebec and Canadian society.
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