Live Entertainment Technology Certificate II: Video Production for Live Entertainment Technology
- Fifteen month program
- Enter the workforce quickly
- Full program offered at LSC-Montgomery
- Live Entertainment Technology Departments
Do you want to work on live production events such as rock shows or Broadway musicals? How about touring with the band or working as the lead audio technician on a cruise ship? Live entertainment technicians enhance live performances by affecting the audience’s senses using audio, video and lighting technologies appropriate to the production and its environment. LSC-Montgomery is one of an elite group of schools in the nation to offer associate degrees in live entertainment technology.
Video and film play a vital role in live entertainment. For the aspiring filmmaker and video editor, the video production for LET degree and certificate programs provide students with knowledge and experience in the world of video with integration into live entertainment productions. From scriptwriting, working behind the camera, and creating video content, this program prepares students for all aspects of video production. Students will work with the latest video technologies and equipment in a modern, cutting edge facility.
Learn the fundamental knowledge, skills and abilities to design, maintain, and operate technology systems in entertainment and sporting venues, churches, auditoriums, theatres, convention hotels, and trade shows. The level one certificate, level two certificate, and associate of applied science degrees are designed to push the doors wide open for the exciting and endless career opportunities.
|First Semester Courses||13 Credits|
|AVTS 1371||Introduction to Live Entertainment Technology||3|
|IMED 1301||Introduction to Digital Media||3|
|RTVB 2330||Film and Video Editing||3|
|Second Semester Courses||13 Credits|
|DRAM 1330||Stagecraft I||3|
|FLMC 1300||Production Management||3|
|RTVB 2337||TV Production Workshop I||3|
|RTVB 2164||Practicum I||1|
|RTVB 1321||TV Field Production||3|
|Third Semester Courses||3 Credits|
|DRAM 2331||Stagecraft II||3|
|First Semester Courses||14 Credits|
|FLMC 1304||Lighting for Film or Video||3|
|AVTS 1270||Fundamentals of Design for Entertainment Technology||2|
|DRAM 2366||Film Appreciation||3|
|FLMC 2330||Audio Post Production||3|
|AVTS 1372||Intermediate Live Entertainment Technology Cooperative Education1||3|
|Live Entertainment Technology Certificate II: Video Production for Live Entertainment Technology Program Total||43 Credits|
Median wage: $44,4021
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
- Audio Visual Technician2
- Audio/Visual Manager2
- Operations Technician2
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