Creation Reimagined.

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

That was said in 1986.

In 2018, life moves even faster.

It seems like every day there’s a new gadget, a new video, a new something for us to consume.

The study of Digital Media embraces the change. It explores these tech movements, how they impact us, and what’s coming next.

If you want to inspire people with digital art installations or design the next generation of gaming technology, we can take you there.

If you’ve ever tinkered with a motherboard or built an iPhone app, this could be the path for you.

What You’ll Learn

As a Digital Media student, you will learn about the raw tools that help create digital imagery and sound, including animation and 3D simulations.

You will also study larger concepts like artistic theories and the cultural impact of digital media on the world. Most importantly, you will learn to create.

You will begin the program by completing a common core of courses in first year. You will select from one of three specializations based on your interest: Digital Media Development (DMD) that has a greater focus on computer science, Digital Media Arts (DMA) that focuses more on fine arts or the brand new Digital Media Game Arts.

You will have an opportunity to participate in Lassonde’s paid internship program, a chance to work with top companies and agencies from across the globe and get valuable professional experience.

Courses You’ll Take

These are just a handful of the upper year courses you’ll have to choose from:

Programming for Digital Media

Virtual Reality

Game Development

3D Computer Graphics


A little inspiration.

Places You’ll Go

Here are some of the possible career paths you could take after studying with us:

Game Developer

New Media Artist

 Digital Marketing Specialist

 Virtual Reality Developer

Get The Grades

As an Ontario Secondary School student, here are the courses you’ll need to apply:


 One Math course (with a minimum grade of 75%)

One Arts course (recommended)

You won’t just embrace the future. You’ll create it.