Cinema, Entertainment & Media
Major Code 0612.20
SKILL CERTIFICATE - CINEMA:
Major Code 0612.00
SKILL CERTIFICATE - THEATER:
Major Code 1007.01
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DEGREE / CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS:
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Theater, Film, and Motion Picture & Film Production Crafts (MPTP)
The COMMUNICATION, ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA ARTS Division offers courses in Acting, Cinema, Multimedia, TV/Film Production Crafts, and Theater.
Certificate of Achievement - Film/TV Production
The Certificate of Achievement program in Film/TV Production Crafts will help students learn essential entry-level skills in the arts, crafts, and technicians’ departments of film and television. Upon completing the program, students will be able to apply for entry level positions in Film, Television, Internet, Multi-Media,
Entertainment Production, Stagecraft, Beginning Property/Set Construction, Set Dressing, Decoration, Greens, Grip/Craft service, Camera Loader, Apprentice Editor, Costume Manufacturing, Set Lighting, Set Painting, and Scenic and Graphic Arts.
Cinema & Theater Skill Certificates
Note: Skill certificates are not state-approved and are not included on transcripts. Only students completing state-approved degrees and/or certificates may participate in commencement.
CINEMA: Students earning a skill certificate in Cinema acquire a broad, general understanding of film theory, history, and production. Students will get hands-on experience in film production and be instructed in the mechanics of writing for film. They will have the opportunity to analyze screenplays, write a script, and/or produce their own short video or film. Courses are offered in screen writing, script treatment, content development, film history and analysis, and producing and editing of a digital short film.
THEATER: This skill certificate offers courses designed to refresh and update play writing, theater history, management, and acting skills for live theater, as well as acting for television, film and the virtual stage of multimedia.