Applied Commerce and Digital MediaFebruary 8, 2022
The Student Experience
Students enrolled in Applied Commerce and Digital Media courses gain the knowledge and skills needed for success in higher education and life after high school. While our department offers a wide range of courses, all students will experience hands-on practical projects and activities that develop critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills. These courses give the students the skills necessary to be effective business leaders, innovators, citizens, consumers, and employees.
What students will learn
Want to learn how to manage your finances or someday have your own business? DMCI has courses in personal finance, business planning, and management. Students who take accounting and economics are well prepared for Post-Secondary education. Become involved in DMCI’s newest enterprise Maroon Market.
Interested in technology and also enjoy being creative? Students from the DMCI animation program have won Provincial and National awards. Our Film program is growing and innovating having recently earned a provincial grant. Graphics students learn the tools needed to work in the industry, make connections in the community and gain experience working with clients.
Are you a logical thinker? In Computer Science, you will create applications and online games which can be published and shared with friends and family. Web Design is one of the most sought-after skills today. In our web design course you will develop design and technical skills.
For more detail on individual courses consult the course guide. If you have any other questions about courses in our program you may speak to any of our instructors by contacting the school.
Applied Commerce and Digital Media Certificate
Earn credits in eight of the following courses and receive the Applied Commerce and Digital Media Certificate upon graduation.
Applied Business Technologies
Topics and Trends in Business
Information and Communication Technology
Graphics (3 levels)
Digital Filmmaking (2 levels)
Computer Science (3 levels)
For students planning on continuing studies in Business, Computer Science, or Digital Media after high school, scholarships are available to DMCI graduates. Ten students going on to study business or graphic design earned scholarships in the year 2021.
Students wishing to extend their learning may join extra-curricular activities and student groups. The groups listed below are led by teachers in the Applied Commerce and Digital Media department.
- Photography Club
- Film Group
- School Videographers
- School Photographers
- Manitoba Skills Competition
- Maroon Market – School store