Architecture/Digital Design/Filmmaking Magnet
In the Architecture pathway, students focus on creating solutions to three-dimensional space-related issues.
Students learn computer-aided design using Autodesk Design Suite (AutoCAD, Inventor, 3D Studio, Revit), and our model making shop includes commercial quality equipment such as three-dimensional scanners and a large format printer.
Eligible students in the architecture pathway can earn up to 3 transferrable (UC/CSU) credits through an articulation agreement with Los Angeles Pierce College.
The Digital Design pathway integrates career technical education with a balanced visual arts program.
Pathway students learn how to effectively apply the principles of design to real-world projects and, and they can become Adobe Certified Experts pathway’s industry standard software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign.
Eligible students in the digital design pathway can earn up to 6 transferrable (UC/CSU) credits through an articulation agreement with Los Angeles Mission College.
Filmmaking, students engage in the creative and technical aspects of the filmmaking process from pre-production to post-production.
Students work in a hands-on environment with professional cameras, lighting, and audio equipment, and they can become Adobe Certified Associates in the industry-leading video editing software Adobe Premiere Pro.
Eligible students in the filmmaking pathway can earn up to 3 transferrable (UC/CSU) credits through an articulation agreement with Los Angeles Mission College.
The Filmmaking Magnet prepared me to be industry-standard ready. When I came to college, I already had more insight than anybody else in my graduating class."
HeAVENLY A., fILMMAKING GRADUATE