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Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences Division

Audio/Videoproduction

Program Description

The Audio/Video Production Certificate program focuses on the detailed study of audio production, sound design, audio engineering, acoustics, visual composition, lighting design, non-linear video editing, and motion graphics design. A primary function of this program is to serve individuals who have already completed an academic degree or designers currently employed in broadcast media professions interested in skill-enhancement opportunities. Students entering this certificate program should already have a basic foundation in video production and sound design attained through career performance or degree acquisition. If the individual does not possess either a degree or experience in this field, he/she should consider enrolling in the Digital Arts Technology/Audio-Video Option Associate of Science program. Certificate credits may also be applied toward the Digital Arts and Fine Arts degree programs.

Students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better:

Program Requirements

Course No. Title Credits
DAT*H108 Digital Imaging I 3
DAT*H110 Digital Video Production I 3
DAT*H218 Electronic Music Composition/Audio Tech I 3
DAT*H219 Electronic Music Composition/Audio Tech II 3
DAT*H220 Acoustics and Sound Design 3
DAT*H224 Digital Video Production II 3
DAT*H226 Motion Graphics for Film & Video 3
DAT*H237 Principles of Sound Recording 3
Total Credit Hours 24

Outcomes

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  1. Analyze and evaluate the properties of sound, human hearing, psychoacoustics, electro-acoustic and digital sound reproduction systems.
  2. Design and edit analog and digital audio files.
  3. Synthesize and apply processes for transforming a concept into a complete video production.
  4. Script, produce, edit, and complete original video projects.
  5. Design state-of-the-art special effect techniques used in film and video.
  6. Complete original projects terminating in deliverable media products with technical documentation.

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