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Multimedia Technology Television and Digital Cinema Production Associate in Science

Multimedia Technology Television and Digital Cinema Production Associate in Science
Type: AS
Major Code: MMTFP-AS
CIP: 1611080102

Program Description

This program is designed for students who intend to seek employment in the television industry and/or related fields. The curriculum provides instruction in introductory and advanced techniques essential to the profession. Courses provide students access to high-end cameras, editing suites and video graphics and the opportunity to produce broadcast-quality productions. Graduates exit the program with a complete portfolio.

College Credit Certificates

Students may complete the following college credit certificates as part of the Multimedia Technology Television and Digital Cinema Production degree:

  • Digital and Interactive Media Design Technical Certificate
  • Digital Video Fundamentals Certificate
  • Video Editing and Post-Production Certificate
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Available Courses
Required Courses
33
or
RTV 1201 and RTV 1201L may substitute for RTV 1201C
Choose one:
Elective Courses
16
Choose 16 credits from the following list:
16
ART
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Any ART prefix courses
CRW
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Any CRW prefix course
DIG
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Any DIG prefix course
FIL
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Any FIL prefix course
GRA
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Any GRA prefix course
PGY
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Any PGY prefix course
RTV
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Any RTV prefix course
RTV
29##
Cooperative Education Internship in Radio/TV
TPA
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Any TPA prefix course
TPP
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Any TPP prefix course
General Education Courses
15

Humanities General Education course

3
Credits

Recommended: Area A Humanities

Mathematics or Science General Education course

3
Credits

Social Science General Education course

3
Credits

Any General Education course

3
Credits

Recommended:

Total Credits:
64
Note:

Students with a baccalaureate degree or an associate in arts degree from a regionally accredited institution will be considered to have met general education requirements for this degree program.

Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.

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