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TVPRO Associate in Science Degree

Associate in Science Degree
Television Production
63 Credits

Updated for 2014-2015

Prerequisites:
All Certificate of Competence and Certificate of Achievement courses listed with a grade of “C” or better.

Core Requirements

Course Alpha

Course Title

Credits

TVPR 101 

Film & Video Production Process & Business Operations

3

TVPR 126

Introduction to Digital Camera Operation & Lighting Principles.

3

TVPR 136

Audio / Video Engineering

3

TVPR 142

Film & Video Audio – Acquisition & Recording

3

TVPR 151

Introduction to Film & Video Digital Editing Principles

3

TVPR 211

Film & Video Storytelling & Scriptwriting

3

TVPR 251

Applied Film & Video Editing & Postproduction Audio

3

TVPR 121

Film & TV Graphics

3

TVPR 226

Applied Digital Camera Operation & Lighting

3

TVPR 227

Advanced Film & Video Storytelling and Scriptwriting

3

TVPR 210

Film & Video History, Criticism, Ethics, & Aesthetics

3

TVPR 276

Advanced Digital Cinematography, Composition, & Lighting

3

TVPR 292

Capstone Project Practicum

3

TVPR 294

Advanced Film & Video Digital Editing & Postproduction Audio

3

TVPR 291

Film & Video Directing/Studio/Location Production

3

TVPR 293C

Internship & Practicum

3

Math 100 or higher

3

English 100 or higher

3

 

Core Credits

54

General Education Electives

Course Alpha

Course Title

Credits

For a total of 3 courses and 9 credits, complete one course (numbered 100 or above) for 3 credits from the following areas. May be completed prior to entry into the TVPRO program.

 

 

Arts and Humanities
Natural Sciences
Social Sciences 

3
3
3

 

Gen Ed Credits

9

 

 

 

 

Total Degree Credits

63

Associate in Science in TV Production
Program Outcomes

In addition to acquiring the competencies required for Associate in Science degrees, upon successful completion of this program graduates will be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to work as an individual as well as an effective team member.
Consistently demonstrate professional qualities demanded by the business.
Understand and be able to create concepts, treatments, storyboards, scripts, budgets, and be able to “pitch”  these preproduction tools
in a professional manner.
Demonstrate knowledge of and be able to use modern digital video studio cameras and digital camcorders and camera mounting equipment as required by the industry.
Demonstrate an understanding of the history, theory, and aesthetics of television, film, and the moving image.
Understand media literacy and demonstrate professional ethics as applied to the moving image.
Demonstrate knowledge of and be able to operate current nonlinear digital editing equipment.
Demonstrate knowledge of and be able to apply current television and film lighting techniques.
Demonstrate knowledge of and be able to use current sound sources and audio equipment specific to sound acquisition, recording, sweetening, editing, and post-production.
Demonstrate and apply the skills at a professional level to block and direct a multi-camera field or studio production as well as a single camera movie-style production, using proper terminology and techniques.
Understand and apply basic video and audio engineering techniques in order to produce a professionally acceptable television signal which meets FCC requirements for broadcast.
Create acceptable and appropriate digital graphics necessary for television production.
Understand and apply advanced aesthetic concepts and theories to television productions in relation to use of light, color, two and three dimensional screen spaces and forces, depth, volume, visualization, motion, time and sound to achieve professional results.

 

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