Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED
Program Description: The purpose of this program is to prepare students for initial employment as a post-production assistant or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations. The content should include, but not be limited to, instruction that prepares individuals to function as members of a technical team within the framework of an organized film/video production. Instruction includes synchronization of dailies, interpreting and implementing the audio requirements for film production and employability skills.
|FIL1420C||INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING||3.00|
|FIL1552C||FILM EDITING FUNDAMENTALS||3.00|
|FIL2537C||SOUND DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS||3.00|
|FIL2473C||VISUAL EFFECTS FUNDAMENTALS||3.00|
|FIL2572C||POST PRODUCTION WORKSHOP||3.00|
|FIL2945||FILM INTERNSHIP 3||1.00|
Film Internship (FIL2945 FILM INTERNSHIP) is a restricted course. Students are encouraged to research and apply for an internship in their preferred field, with a legitimate and active organization. To enroll, the internship must be approved by the Program Manager. Students in the A.S. Program (2510) should take this course to complete the degree. Students in the Technical Certificate programs (6344, 6345, 6346) should take one of the FIL courses for one credit hour to complete the Technical Certificate.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create a personalized educational plan.