Utilizing the most current technologies and state-of-the-art equipment, Concordia students participate in a wide variety of projects that will develop an understanding of digital media.
Students study narrative and documentary filmmaking, commercials, music videos and various forms of digital production.
In the Advanced Video classes, students produce Video Voice, a news-style program that covers topics ranging from school issues to local and national news, and is then made available online and on cable television. Video Voice has won local, regional and national awards.
Concordia has an on-campus television studio which provides valuable insight into careers in television production and digital media, while establishing the foundation for Christian outreach to future generations.
Student-produced work has won awards from film and video festivals and other competitions at the local, state, regional and national levels, including Community Access Network Video Festival, Hometown Video Festival, Indiana Project XL, Philo T. Farnsworth Awards, Indiana High School Press Association and the Heartland Film Festival.
Mass Media I – Field Production
Mass Media II and III – Studio Production
Mass Media III and IV – Digital Production
Computer Graphics I
Computer Graphics II – Animation