Digital Cinema and Television Production Associate in Science
Major Code: MMTFP-AS
Educational Plan: MMTFP-AS
The Digital Cinema and Television Production program is designed to prepare students for employment as television and video production personnel. Job titles include video producer, camera operator, location/studio sound operator, videographer, post-production editor, and webcast production specialist. This program focuses on broad transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of skills related to the television video and internet/webcast industries, including pre-production concept development, logistical coordination and planning, scripting, production management and direction, camera operation, photographic image composition, lighting, location/studio sound recording, post-production picture and audio editing. The program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Arts, A/V Technology and Communication career cluster.
Students may complete the following college credit certificates as part of the Digital Cinema and Television Production degree:
Choose 15 credits from the following list:
Humanities General Education course
Recommended: Area A Humanities
Mathematics or Science General Education course
Social Science General Education course
Any General Education course
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.
If you choose a Science General Education course, due to state law, you must also complete any college developmental mathematics course(s) if you are non-exempt and if any were required by your entry-level test scores, before you can be awarded an associate degree.
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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