Digital Media And Film Program Details


Dear Student,

Thank you so much for your interest in OmniTech Institute. I, along with our instructors look forward to welcoming you to our innovative and unique courses. We offer courses designed to give you the skills necessary to start your new career, at a minimum cost of time and expense.

We offer this opportunity from the perspective of practicing professionals. While we will seek to give you exposure to a wide range of techniques, materials, and knowledge, we will focus on the skills that employers see as “core necessities” for starting a job right away.

Job opportunities are readily available in today’s marketplace. While no one can guarantee job placement, many companies are currently facing a shortage of qualified candidates. With our courses, you will be equipped to start your new exciting career with an eye on future opportunities.

Our enrollment process is easy and we will guide you every step of the way.

Are you ready to change your life?

Session Start Dates

  • Day Class:
    Monday - Friday 9am-2:30pm

  • Night Classes:
    Monday - Wednesday 6pm-10pm

New session start dates are scheduled 2 to 3 times a month, providing multiple opportunities for students to begin their program and ensuring flexibility for families with varying schedules.

Cost & Payment Options

The total cost for the program is $23,999** and many students utilize our financing options.

There are a limited number of seats available in each class. Seats are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Click here to schedule a tour of our school.

**Tuition and fees are subject to change. Please verify with the Finance Department office department.

Financial Resources

The Finance Department is designed to assist students in meeting the costs of their education. The Finance Department Advisors will assess your financial need and determine the amount and type of aid you are eligible to receive. Advisors will notify students of any information and or documentation needed. You should be aware that the Finance Department process requires your full cooperation in order to ensure that you are prepared for all expenses for school.

When you are notified to come to the office for any reason, you should respond as soon as possible. The advisors work very closely with each student to ensure that necessary paperwork is received and processed in a timely manner. We urge you to become acquainted with the Finance Department staff to work together in meeting your educational and financial goals.

Click here to schedule a Financial Options Meeting with our team

Job Placement

Omnitech Institute does not guarantee job placement. However, it does provide employment assistance to its current students and graduates by means of the following services:

  • Advises industry of the availability of the school’s students and graduates through regular contact and develops listings of job opportunities from these employers.
  • Advises students on interviewing techniques and personal development.
  • Contacts graduates after graduation to determine their professional development and to provide additional assistance if desired.

A successful job search is dependent upon a self-confident, well-prepared applicant with a pre-planned strategy. The Career Services office will assist the graduate in putting together this strategy and provide training in successful resume preparation.

Program Objectives

This program will give students the added components of photography, Videography, and logic pro. These components along with Digital Media will help to better equip students for the workforce. As well as the commonalities between Computer and Network Engineer and the need for the modern day Music Engineer to have the same set of skills as the Computer and Network Engineer.

The Music Engineer component is designed to introduce students to recording in computerized and networking environments and provides technical training in sound recording, from setup to mix-down. You will also get detailed discussions and animations of technical terms, computerized recording concepts and techniques, editing with the computer and software music production and editing. Training consists of project planning as well as pre production, production, and postproduction. It will also provide students with a foundation for computer networking engineering basics which is an essential requirement for being an effective Digital Media Specialist.

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Program Modules

NE 201 Network +

Network+ Guide to Networks, Fourth Edition is designed to prepare users for CompTIA’s Network+ certification exam and will also offer mapping features to the exam objectives. The text presents current coverage of networking hardware and software along with the skills necessary to succeed in the dynamic field of networking.

NE 100 Introduction to Computers

In this course students will learn about the significant role of computers in business and society. Students will be introduced to concepts addressing computer hardware and software, networking, multimedia, telecommunications, careers in the Information Technology field, and current computer-related issues. This course has a computer lab component where students get hands-on experience using a current integrated software package (MicrosoftTM Office®) to better understand how computers are used in a business environment.

DM 101 Professional Development
In this course students will learn how to prepare a resume, organize a job search, complete a job application, interview effectively, project a positive and responsible attitude, negotiate salary, and more.
NE 101 A+ Hardware Tech/Core/& Operating Systems (OS)

This course provides the competencies and skills needed to repair and maintain PC’s. A+ certification provides the essential prerequisite knowledge for candidates pursuing other certificates such as the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). Certification is achieved by passing two computer based exams at any authorized testing center. The core exam tests the candidates’ fundamental knowledge of service procedures and computer hardware while the elective exam measures the candidate’s knowledge of installation and support of DOS and Windows systems and applications.

NE 102 Windows Desktop OS I

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install and configure industry-current operating systems on stand-alone computers and on client computers that are part of a workgroup or a domain.

DM 202 Programming I HTML & CSS

HTML formatting in order to develop a web page. Learn to format text, create forms, links clickable images and incorporate graphics, multimedia sounds, and video into Web pages. Students will learn how to use CSS for formatting and positioning within a web page, utilize the various selector types in CSS and when to use each.

DM 203 Open Source Web

Using Open Source Content Management System (CMS) to Build and Manage Web sites At the end of this class, students will learn to use open source CMS tools such as Joomla to build, update and maintain advanced websites. Students will learn to add content and PHP modules and plug-ins to extend the functionality of web sites. They will learn to build web site templates using WYSIWYG tools that are compatible with Joomla CMS. Adding Payment modules, Login & Authentication modules, Multimedia modules etc. will be demonstrated and learnt. Students will learn to build websites using JOOMLA and learn to add modules to extend the functionality of the web content.

DM 301 Sound Recording I (Mics)

This class gives students a hands-on view of the studio recording process. Concepts covered include software interfaces including Pro Tools, digital audio editing, plug in effects. The design of this course is also to guide students through operating certain advanced parts or functions of Pro Tools and focuses on advanced sound editing and mixing.

DM 302 Sound Recording II (Plugs-Ins)

Summary: Sound Recording II students will learn how to run and operate a tracking session. Learn studio do and studio edict. Students will learn how to run and operate a controller 24 mixing console. Students will learn how to use plug-ins, and more in depth into avid Pro Tools. Students will also learn how to mix records that they recorded and how to release their own music on multiple digital sites.

DM 311 Intro to DAW I & II

This course prepares students to utilize equipment in the DAW to record and engineer sound.

DM 312 Digital Media Business/Social Media Mktg.

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of conducting business in the audio industry. Topics include publishing, copyright, networking and marketing. Social media marketing refers to the process of gaining traffic or attention through social media sites. Students will learn to utilize streams of social media such as Facebook, twitter, and more to market themselves and their business.


This course will teach students to operate Apple MacIntosh Computers by becoming familiar with the operating system and Apple hardware.

DM 201 Web Graphics

Introductory Course that focuses on skills needed to structure and organize complex visual communications in both traditional and digital environments. Emphasis on conceptual development, structural organization of information and interplay of form and verbal content to effectively communicate ideas. Students will learn to think critically and become familiar with various tools and techniques used to produce professional work in the fields of graphic design and illustration.

DM 204 Intro to Videography

This introductory course will prepare students to plan, shoot, and edit video footage to create high-quality videos of all kinds utilizing the basic fundamentals of Videography: Framing, Lighting, Zooming, use of Tripods, Focus, White balance, Audio and more.

DM 205 Intro to Photography

This introductory course will teach students to harness their skills using the three variables that matter most in photography: Light, subject, and composition. Students will be taught: shooting in RAW, how to understand the exposure triangle, and what aperture is best for portraits, what aperture is best for landscapes, and learn to use Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority Mode.


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