Dec 07, 2022
Official Title of Certificate: Media Production, Certificate
Total Credit Hours: A minimum of 27
About the Visual Arts and Humanities Department
Purpose: The media production certificate prepares students in the fundamentals of developing television programs. The courses cover technical areas such as equipment set-up and operation, lighting, selection of lenses and audio. Other important areas include program planning, the production process, image composition and video graphics.
This certificate is a serious introduction to the field rather than a comprehensive study of production methods. It is beneficial to students who need an introduction to video production methods for employment or personal use.
Range of Occupations
- Camera operator
- Video production assistant
Certificate Requirements: 27 credits
Upon successful completion of the Video Production Certificate, students will be able to:
- Create storyboards, use video equipment, and organize shoots and video crew;
- Create, mix, and edit images, sounds, and video into presentation for various genres;
- Develop skills in using digital video as a medium for storytelling;
- Produce analysis and criticism of films;
- Analyze the relationship between film and culture;
- Apply various critical methodologies to interpret films;
- Discuss history of film and film industry.
This program aligns with the college’s core competencies.
Students may wish to also review requirements for the related majors or programs linked below.
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