Gnomon’s Certificate in Digital Production is a full-time, two-year program comprised of two years of instruction in digital production. The curriculum is geared toward students with a background in art and who desire a career as a digital artist in the film, games, or visual effects industries. Students build foundational 3D skills in the first two terms before choosing an area of emphasized study for the remainder of the program. All graduates of this program have the same outcomes and placement opportunities regardless of chosen area of emphasis.
Two years of full-time study
Focus on production skills for film, games, or visual effects
Five areas of emphasized study
Financial aid for those who qualify
International students eligible to apply
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How to Apply
Applications for the 2018 Fall Term are due Friday, July 27th, 2018 Apply Now
Areas of Study
Gnomon’s curriculum is designed to build the necessary artistic and technical skills to prepare students for careers in the entertainment industry. Students choose an area of emphasized study from one of five curriculum grids.
Gnomon strives to place graduates into their dream jobs right out of school. Our 2016 employment rates of 100%* for our 2-Year Certificate in Digital Production program means that Gnomon consistently supplies Hollywood’s studios with the talent they need.
*Percentage reflects the average employment rate of Gnomon’s vocational programs in accordance with national accreditation standards of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Visit our Consumer Disclosures for more information.
"Gnomon is the best school for 3D art and I am so glad I attended. The classes are challenging but absolutely worth the commitment. I went from having zero 3D experience to being hired immediately after graduation."
Jessica Johnson — Alumna
Cinematic Artist at Blizzard Entertainment
"Gnomon understands that they are not just training students to use cutting edge technology, they are training artists to create with a fully realized tool-set that starts with their own well-grounded and developed artistic eye."