Intensive Programs in Video and Graphic Design
MJM Graphic Design offers programs in video editing, 3D animation, and graphic design, enabling students to attain an autonomous and professional level of expertise.
Students in the editing program receive training in filming techniques (theory and practice), editing, special effects, general knowledge of the visual arts, exploration of cultural archetypes, 2D and 3D lighting techniques, etc.
3D animation students study the creation and animation of 3D images, based on the most advanced techniques, whether for animated cinema, special effects, television, or the creation of characters for video games: digital creation and animation, 2D, film analysis, modeling, texture and animation.
Graphic design students enroll in MJM’s web design program and receive training in both the conception and the making of interactive websites. They learn how to elaborate a user interface and integrate text, images, animations, videos and sound using appropriate software (Dreamweaver, Flash, After Effects, Adobe Première, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.) and codes (XHTML, CS, Action Script, PHP, etc.).
Intensive program students at MJM are closely monitored by and receive support from their professors and the institution’s pedagogical advisor.
MJM programs are full-year programs. In some cases, it is possible to study at MJM during the fall term only.
Sample Intensive Program in Video Editing
|Academic Course: Filming Technique—Theory and Practice|
|Art Courses: Video Editing, Special Effects|
|Research Project: Creation of a Music Video|
|Fieldwork: Community Project|
Students in intensive programs also take one SLC seminar of their choice and a required French language course (see Sample Intensive Programs).
All students applying to intensive programs in video and graphic design must be approved by and receive initial guidance from the SLC Paris Program Director.
For further information, please e-mail Monique Middleton, Paris Program Director.