Digital Media Certificate Programs

Interested in expanding your digital skills? UDC’s certificates in Multimedia Journalism or Video and Film Production will give you hands-on experience using industry-standard equipment and software in classes led by seasoned professionals. Learn the fundamentals of storytelling, including writing for online platforms, recording and editing video and more. These skills and specialized knowledge can prepare you for entry-level employment and help with professional development.

Multimedia Journalism Certificate (15 credit hours)

When you finish this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Craft effective stories to connect with target audiences
  • Create a portfolio of stories using writing and videography for personal and professional use

Video and Film Production Certificate (15 credit hours)

When you finish this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Successfully record video and audio in studio and on location with various professional cameras, microphones, lights and recording devices.
  • Produce and edit segments and programs of various lengths, both in studio and on location, for TV, film and the web.

Take the Next Step

Click here to register, then follow these steps to complete your application:
  • Select Non-Degree, Certificate, Second Degree, and Dual Enrollment
  • Click Apply Now
  • Complete the form

Contact Us

College of Arts & Sciences
Phone:  202.274.5194

Olive Vassell, Digital Media Program Coordinator

Program Faculty

Faculty bios and areas of expertise.  Click here

DAAH Bookshelf

Stay current with the professional activities of Digital Media Program faculty and their colleagues within the Division of Arts and Humanities.  Click here

Student Organizations and Activities in Digital Media

The UDC Journalism Club and the UDC Film Club provide opportunities for idea exchange, project collaboration, and networking with peers and industry professionals.  Click Here for more information.

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