Turn Your Passion for Filmmaking into an Exciting Career
Creating a movie involves many processes, from scripting and storyboarding to lighting and sound. When you come to BEAU to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Visual Design with a specialization in Digital Film, you’ll become familiar with all aspects of cinematography.
If you’re looking for a unique film college in Utah, head to BEAU. Here, you’ll learn the art of filmmaking from instructors who’ve have worked first-hand in this exciting industry. By taking classes full-time at 15 credits per quarter, year-round, you can earn your BFA in Visual Design with a specialization in Digital Film in as little as three years.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll learn to:
- Create professional-quality motion graphics
- Learn story development and visual storytelling techniques
- Demonstrate the skills to effectively light, shoot, and edit a quality video production
- Edit video and audio to effectively convey a concept or story using a nonlinear editing system
How long does it take?
Graduate in as few as 18 months by taking 15 credits per quarter, year round
How much can I make?
Mean salary for independent artists, writers, and performers.
Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016
How long do classes last?
BEAU offers four start times each year so that you can get going on your degree right away.
BEAU Is No Ordinary Arts School
Instead of classrooms, you’ll get 24/7 access to creative spaces, specialty labs, and studios furnished with industry-standard equipment.
Animation careers are built on more than just concept art. That’s why BEAU teams up with the local art industry to offer real-world experience and internships. You’ll graduate with a portfolio that will impress any exec.
You’ll learn from industry-experienced instructors who bring their real-world knowledge to you. They’ve spent years building successful film and industry careers and will help you do the same.
Learn Digital Film in Class and on the Set
Digital Video Editing Avid
Learn basic video editing techniques using Avid Media Composer, a professional-level, nonlinear editing system.
Field Production and Lighting
You’ll learn lighting and camera techniques as well as color theory for digital video and television. You’ll also learn how to apply these techniques in a studio environment and on field locations.
Digital Film Production
From preproduction to post-production courses, you’ll learn what you need to know to create a comprehensive short film that’s edited and finished in high-definition video.
Graduates of the Digital Film program are prepared for careers as:
- Camera operator
- Sound assistant
- Lighting assistant
- Production assistant
- Video editor
- Motion graphic developer
- DVD designer
- Production developer
Ready for More?
Start your future in digital film now. Complete the form to receive:
- More information about the BEAU digital film program
- Access to one-on-one assistance from an enrollment coach
- Priority status for financial aid guidance