Telemedia Production Specialist
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Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02530)
Prepares students to pursue careers as telemedia specialists and media production consultants in telecommunications, public relations, industry, education, government, and medical institutions. Students will learn needs analysis, scripting, graphics, studio and field production, and editing as applied to the production of media, such as instructional, documentary, and broadcast.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Students will utilize Production Books to communicate the design, acquisition and post production requirements to their team members in order to produce complete motion picture productions.
- By undertaking a comprehensive video production students will participate in a collaborative environment that promotes the sharing and evaluation of creative contributions.
- Students will demonstrate their understanding of fundamental pre-production, production and post-production concepts by completing a three to five minute video project which will integrate camera, lighting, sound and editing techniques.
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|DARKROOM AND DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I|
FUNDAMENTALS OF FILM AND VIDEO CAMERAS AND RECORDERS
FUNDAMENTALS OF FILM AND VIDEO EDITING
|Select one of the following:||3|
CULTURE AND THE MEDIA
TELE 113/ART 130
HISTORY OF FILM AS ART
TELE 114/COMM 185
CINEMA AS A FORM OF EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION
|TELE/COMM 180||INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA||3|
|ART 159||GRAPHIC DESIGN---LAYOUT||3|
|TELE 110||WRITING FOR FILM AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA||3|
|TELE/ART 131||INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO AND FILM PRODUCTION||3|
|TELE/MUS 151/RA&T 120||RECORDING TECHNIQUES||3|
|TELE 163||VIDEO POST-PRODUCTION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS||3|
|TELE/TA 150||INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN AND PRODUCTION||3|
|TELE 183||VIDEO STUDIO PRODUCTION||3|
|Select 2-4 units of the following:||2-4|
PROFESSIONAL MEDIA WORK EXPERIENCE I
PROFESSIONAL MEDIA WORK EXPERIENCE II
PROFESSIONAL MEDIA WORK EXPERIENCE III
PROFESSIONAL MEDIA WORK EXPERIENCE IV
|BUS 147||SUCCESSFUL SELLING TECHNIQUES||1|
|BUS 174||INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA PRACTICES||3|
|BUS 183||BUSINESS MATHEMATICS||3|
|ELEC 10A||MICROCOMPUTER REPAIR AND SERVICE||2|
|ELEC 10B||MICROCOMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE UPGRADE||2|
|ELEC 14||OFFICE AUTOMATION EQUIPMENT REPAIR||2|
|TELE 114||CINEMA AS A FORM OF EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION||3|
|TELE 115||ACTING FOR TELEVISION AND FILM||3|
|TELE 132||INTERMEDIATE VIDEO AND FILM PRODUCTION||3|
|TELE 233||FILM PRODUCTION||3|
|TELE 234||DOCUMENTARY VIDEO PRODUCTION||3|
|TELE 242||TELEVISION AND FILM DIRECTING||3|
|HLTH 101||PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING||3|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.