Academics

A.S. Film Production Technology [2531]

Emphasis on Digital Cinema

Program Manager: Del Jacobs

Program Goal:

 

To prepare qualified artists, journalists and communicators who can manipulate the latest technology and procedures for media presentations. Skills learned include components and construction of narrative and documentary video/film production, digital audio/video design, broadcasting and Internet programming, with special applications for outlets utilizing multimedia components for display and sales.

Program Entrance Requirements

In addition to the admission requirements of the College, the following are required for admission to the Multimedia/Film and Telecommunication Program:

1. Mathematics proficiency which qualifies the student for entry into MAT 1033 or higher, as demonstrated by the standard placement criteria currently in use at SCF; and

2. Successful completion of GRA 1100C, FIL 1000, and ENC 1101 with a grade of "C" or better.

Effective Fall 2013, no new students are being accepted into the AAS degree program.  Students currently enrolled will have two years (summer 2015) to complete the AAS specific requirements of the program.

General Academic Courses

Students may take these courses at any time during their program of study.

 

Course

Description

Semester Hours

ENC 1101** Written Communication
3
Mathematics Choose from Area II, A.S
3
Behav. Sci.** Choose from Area III, A.S.
3
Humanities** Choose from Area IV, A.S.
3
CGS 1000** Computer Info Systems
3
PGY 1800C Digital Imaging
3
FIL 1420 Intro to Film Prod I
3
FIL 1030 History of Motion Pictures

3

MMC 2000 Mass Communications
3
MMC 1949 Career Decision Work Experience in Mass Communications OR
 
FIL 1949 Career Decision Work Experience in Film/Video
3
GRA 1100C Intro to Computer Graphics
3
GRA 2150 Photoshop
 3
 
Total
36

Program Core Courses **

Please consult the Course Description section of the Catalog for prerequisites.

Course

Description

Semester Hours

FIL 1007 Foundations of Story

3

FIL 1000 Intro to Film and Television
3
DIG 2000 Media Interpretation & Adaptation
3
FIL 2949 Internship in Film/Video OR

 

MMC 2949 Internship in Mass Communications
3
FIL 2571 Post Production
3
FIL 1537 Audio Design
3
DIG 2510 (formerly FIL 2920) Applications in Film Production Technology
1
FIL 2580 Film Style Production or FIL 2423 Foundations of Production
3
RTV 1241 Basic Television Production
3
Recommended Electives

Any approved course in FIL, GRA, or PGY

3

 
Total
28
** A grade of "C" or better must be attained for each course taken for this degree.  

 

 

 

Emphasis on Digital Photography

 

Course

Description

Semester Hours

ENC 1101**

Written Communications 1

3

Mathematics**

Choose from Area II, A.S.

3

Behav.Science**

Choose from Area III, A.S.

3

PGY 2101C

Humanities Elective

3

CGS 1000**

Computer Information Systems

3

GRA 1100C

Intro to Computer Graphics

3

ART 2950

Professional Portfolio

3

FIL 1420

Intro to Film Production I

3

PGY 2000

History of Photography

3

PGY 2401C

Photography I

3

PGY 1949

Career Decision Work Experience in Photography OR

 

FIL 1949

 

3

 

Total

33

Program Core Courses** Please consult the course description section of the catalog for any prerequisites.

Course

Description

Semester Hours

FIL 1000 Intro to Film and Television 3
PGY 1800C Digital Imaging I 3
DIG 2000 Media Interpretation & Adaptation 3
PGY 1201C Studio Lighting Techniques 3
PGY 2404C Intermediate Photographic Techniques 3
PGY 2224C Location Photography 3
PGY 2801C Digital Imaging II 3
GRA 2150 Photoshop 3
FIL 2949 Internship in Film OR  
MMC 2949 Internship in Mass Communications 3
FIL 2571 Post-Production Workshop OR  
PGY 2405C Advanced Imaging 3
DIG 2920 Applications in Film Production Technology 3
  Total 31
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