Video Production


Thinking about the program? Hear from two DMACC Video Production alumni: Caleb Harris, who works in video production in Los Angeles and is currently bringing a movie back to Iowa to produce; and Gabe Tejeda, who currently works in visuals at Principal Financial Group.

Get ready for a hands-on, immersive experience with any of the Video Production courses at DMACC. 

Which one is for you?

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The diploma can prepare you for entry-level positions in the Video Production industry, or, if you are already a working professional, build your skills needed for current or new job opportunities.​​

You'll learn individual job skills including, but not limited to, video camera, still camera, storyboarding, scriptwriting, use of editing, special effects, audio, and other related software.

Add this diploma to the Visual Communications Diploma or the Graphic Design Degree to offer more options in the job market, or as a base base when transferring to another college that specializes in Video Production.


These short-term credit certificates provide the latest information you need to function more effectively in your job, and to update your skills for employment possibilities​​​. It will provide an employer with evidence of your continued education in a specific occupational area.

The education you gain will broaden your skills and increase your ability to function in a given area. They require no prior video editing experience and give a basic understanding of video and software skills used in the video production industry.

The courses in these certificates are the building blocks needed to provide a solid foundation, preparing you to enter the world of video production or video editing.

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