Entertainment Design & Technology Program

Fall 2016 Course Highlights

Introduction to Moving Lights

Every wonder how those amazing light shows happened for the Rio Olympics Opening Ceremonies? Live Concerts? Television Shows? Find out by taking this introductory course teaching you how to program Moving Lights for spectacular effects! It’s fun, exciting, and could lead to a promising career in the ever-expanding Entertainment Industry! Past students have worked for Disney, Cruise Ships, Television Award Shows and Major Concert Tours. There are still a few spaces left. Check it out! Register using WebAdvisor.

  • TD 173-01 (067847) Introduction to Moving Lights
  • Mondays, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
  • Room SC-202, Smith Center, Fremont campus

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Ohlone College's Entertainment Design & Technology Program (EDT) is completely synched to today's entertainment industry, providing the multidimensional skills necessary for today's job market. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for the various fields of the Entertainment Design and Technology industry. Special competency areas can be directed toward lighting, audio, live event management, scenery, or costumes. Want to learn more? Watch EDT's introductory video below, or read more about the Ohlone College's EDT Program.

EDT program articles published in the Tri-City Voice (PDF).

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Entertainment Design & Technology Degree and Certificates

Graphic of EDT letters on top of the Smith Center building with a double spotlight shining.Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degree

Certificate of Achievement

Certificates of Accomplishment

Additional Information

Review a sample listing of Courses in this area of study. Review academic requirements in the Catalog and in the Curriculum Guides. All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review academic program requirements and discuss their long-range academic plan.

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