Digital Media Institute at InterTech
The Digital Media Institute at InterTech (DMII) trains students through a two-year associate degree in advertising design and two one-year accelerated programs in animation, visual effects, interactive content and game development in a real-world atmosphere. DMII’s mission is to deliver
The Digital Media Institute at InterTech moved to BRF’s InterTech Science Park in 2014 after residing on the LSU Shreveport campus for five years. DMII is the only non-profit digital media school in the region that supports collaborative efforts with businesses and industries to create
Students benefit from a “learn by doing” approach, and the instructors and administrators create an atmosphere that facilitates real-world scenarios. Drawn from a diverse local population which includes working professionals or recent high school or college graduates, DMII students become adept at animation, visual effects and computer graphics for film and interactive gaming. The program prepares students for career positions such as a 3D modeler, 3D texture artist, rotoscope artist, scene layout artist
Learn From Industry Professionals
The instructors at DMII are industry veterans and our pipeline features industrial-grade hardware and software. At DMII, you’ll learn to work with the tools that the industry expects you to know.
DMII offers the most accelerated program in Louisiana with high-quality training with day and night class options, as well as a 24-hour flex lab where students can work on independent projects. Students benefit from an enhanced workforce dynamic with a unique environment—all at a low cost.
DMII continues to work to diversify its offerings, with new programs in development both in the one-year intensive model as well as partnerships with regional 2-4 year schools in the area to enhance digital media education.
VISIT THE WEBSITE
To find out more about the Digital Media Institute at InterTech, or to apply, follow the link to the official website.
Learn more about the Digital Media Institute and its initiatives at the Digital Media Institute YouTube channel.
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