Photography, Film & Broadcasting, Graphic Design

EM High offers the latest in digital technologies, including university standard equipment.

Students may pursue courses in three distinct pathways that include;

Videography/Broadcasting, Computer Animation, and Photojournalism. They will plan, capture and produce photography, animation and/or video assets using advanced equipment, techniques, and software that are the current standard for post- secondary and commercial facilities. Students may arrive in the program with different levels of experience and course completion from their high schools and are matched to an appropriate curriculum at the Centre to complete studies in the pathway(s) of their choice. If introductory courses have not been completed at the home high school, these may be completed at the Centre, or in coordination with CBe-Learn programs. Teamwork and collaboration on authentic, relevant projects for specific audiences is emphasized, and will culminate in the chance to experience a “real-time” broadcast of these finished projects in the live-production broadcast facility.

Classes and detailed information:

  • Introductory (5 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced (10 credits available)

ACAD Dual Credit Engage in the post-secondary experience and get connected with the Alberta College of Art and Design in our dual credit course. First year post-secondary credits opportunities are offered to students in three areas of Design and Communications from ACAD.

Pre-engineering

Pre-engineering is fundamentally problem solving through inquiry. Students learn to design, construct and control mechanical, structural and energy systems. Students learn through working on topics in Pre-engineering including CAD design, automation, electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical control systems.

Pre-Engineering provides students with hands-on experiences solving engineering problems.  This program prepares students for not only entering  Post Secondary Engineering programs but for  many related high-tech careers.
No Pre-requisite required

The courses offered provide fascinating topics and ideas that just might become the foundation of your chosen career or future post secondary study.

Students in pre-engineering will access a dynamic, state-of-the-art program that provides students with practical hands-on experiences in an interactive technical lab environment which is supported by a full spectrum of digital resources. Students will work with robotic, pneumatic, electrical, wind, solar, automation, and other technologies to apply their knowledge and skills to solve authentic engineering problems in many fields of engineering, such as electrical,
mechanical, chemical, structural, computer, and environmental. The program is delivered by dual credentialed teacher/engineers. Students will have opportunities to connect with staff and students in the applied technologies program at SAIT to further their understanding of engineering in post- secondary settings.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (25 credits available) 
  • Intermediate and Advanced (25 credits available)

Media, Design and Communication Arts

Photography, Film & Broadcasting, Graphic Design

EM High offers the latest in digital technologies, including university standard equipment.

Students may pursue courses in three distinct pathways that include;

Videography/Broadcasting, Computer Animation, and Photojournalism. They will plan, capture and produce photography, animation and/or video assets using advanced equipment, techniques, and software that are the current standard for post- secondary and commercial facilities. Students may arrive in the program with different levels of experience and course completion from their high schools and are matched to an appropriate curriculum at the Centre to complete studies in the pathway(s) of their choice. If introductory courses have not been completed at the home high school, these may be completed at the Centre, or in coordination with CBe-Learn programs. Teamwork and collaboration on authentic, relevant projects for specific audiences is emphasized, and will culminate in the chance to experience a “real-time” broadcast of these finished projects in the live-production broadcast facility.

Classes and detailed information:

  • Introductory (5 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced (10 credits available)

ACAD Dual Credit Engage in the post-secondary experience and get connected with the Alberta College of Art and Design in our dual credit course. First year post-secondary credits opportunities are offered to students in three areas of Design and Communications from ACAD.

Pre-engineering

Pre-engineering is fundamentally problem solving through inquiry. Students learn to design, construct and control mechanical, structural and energy systems. Students learn through working on topics in Pre-engineering including CAD design, automation, electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical control systems.

Pre-Engineering provides students with hands-on experiences solving engineering problems.  This program prepares students for not only entering  Post Secondary Engineering programs but for  many related high-tech careers.
No Pre-requisite required

The courses offered provide fascinating topics and ideas that just might become the foundation of your chosen career or future post secondary study.

Students in pre-engineering will access a dynamic, state-of-the-art program that provides students with practical hands-on experiences in an interactive technical lab environment which is supported by a full spectrum of digital resources. Students will work with robotic, pneumatic, electrical, wind, solar, automation, and other technologies to apply their knowledge and skills to solve authentic engineering problems in many fields of engineering, such as electrical,
mechanical, chemical, structural, computer, and environmental. The program is delivered by dual credentialed teacher/engineers. Students will have opportunities to connect with staff and students in the applied technologies program at SAIT to further their understanding of engineering in post- secondary settings.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (25 credits available) 
  • Intermediate and Advanced (25 credits available)
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