Video and Post Production Certificate
- Fifteen month program
- Enter the workforce quickly
- Full program offered at LSC-CyFair, LSC-Kingwood and LSC-North Harris
- Partial program offered at LSC-Montgomery and LSC-Tomball
- Visual Communications Department
The LSC Visual Communication program offers a Video and Post Production Certificate which can be expanded into an AAS Degree. This degree track is designed to provide training for students seeking to work in video related fields such as video and movie production companies, TV stations, advertising firms, marketing or training departments in corporations, and self-employment.
Students learn skills necessary to produce movies, video presentations for TV commercials, promotional videos, training videos, and event/wedding videography for various outputs including television broadcast, Internet, mobile devices, and DVDs. The program includes hands-on training on lighting, camcorder and video equipment, and instruction from professionals with real-world video industry experience. In addition students receive a solid curriculum covering essential skills required to enter the video profession, training with the latest video editing and motion graphic software, and small classes for an affordable quality education.
The LSC Visual Communication program trains today’s digital designers in the communication media of the future. The goal of the program is to create a stimulating learning environment where students can pursue their specific interests within six areas of professional study: graphic design, multimedia, web design, video and post production, motion graphics and 3-D animation. Design services, publishing, advertising, public relations, computer systems design and related services contain areas of employment for the visual communication graduate.
Please contact the Visual Communications Department for more information.
|First Semester Courses||15 Credits|
|ARTS 1316||Drawing I||3|
|ARTC 1302||Digital Imaging I||3|
|ARTC 1317||Design Communication I||3|
|IMED 1301||Introduction to Digital Media||3|
|ARTV 1351||Digital Video||3|
|Second Semester Courses||15 Credits|
|FLMC 1300||Production Management||3|
|ARTV 1343||Digital Sound||3|
|FLMC 1304||Lighting for Film or Video||3|
|FLMC 1331||Video Graphics & Visual Effects I||3|
|ARTV 2341||Advanced Digital Video||3|
|First Semester Courses||15 Credits|
|FLMC 2331||Video Graphics & Visual Effects II||3|
|RTVB 1321||TV Field Production||3|
|RTVB 2337||TV Production Workshop I||3|
|IMED 2311-or-IMED 2380||Portfolio Development1-or-Cooperative Education: Interactive Media1||3|
|Video and Post Production Certificate Program Total||45 Credits|
Median wage: $38,2511
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
- Digital Media Coordinator2
- Film Editor2
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