The online Video Editing and Motion Graphics training program has both synchronous and asynchronous options for completing classwork. While completing the Video Editing & Motion Graphics degree, students can:
- Attend scheduled online lectures and labs with school instructors and peers that allow interaction with teachers and fellow students.
- Opt to view recordings of these sessions and participate in online discussion threads with peers and school instructors
- Participate in a mix of live and recorded class sessions – as your schedule allows!
IPR’s unique model of online learning allows our college students maximum flexibility while retaining the interactive learning and relationship and community building that our on-campus students benefit from.
Students in the Video Editing & Motion Graphics training program also have the unique opportunity of collaborating with content creators in our Film and Sound Design programs. This means real world projects to work on and opportunities to collaborate with film students on assignments and passion projects.
The objective of the Associate of Applied Science in Video Editing and Motion Graphics degree program is to provide college students with skills and knowledge to provide post production services for professional video and film productions for various methods of distribution. Students are trained in corporate and commercial post production as well as short and feature narrative and documentary filmmaking with skills in story, business, and entrepreneurship in addition to the emphasis on digital post production.
Our school instructors are working professionals who bring an amazing range of experience to the classroom and are continually using innovative online learning techniques for the virtual classroom. In addition to their depth of knowledge, they provide informal mentoring and applied learning projects that provide IPR graduates with the skills and experience needed for a successful career.
IPR has a student and career support team that helps you in and out of the classroom. They are able to support you virtually, where ever you are. As well, we are focusing on your job search from the day you start at IPR. Students in the Video Editing and Motion Graphics degree program begin building a professional portfolio in their very first classes. By the time you graduate, you will have worked on multiple real-world projects. These are all part of your graduate portfolio and demo reel – designed to help you find a position in the industry. Check out this IPR Graduate’s Demo reel!