This certificate broadens students’ understanding of aesthetics of video, audio, and sound design. It also expands their production skills, and offers for more advanced techniques in post-production.
|COURSE INFORMATION||YEAR ONE:||YEAR TWO:|
|Course||Course Title||Annual # of Section||Annual Enrollment Total||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total|
|FTVM 111||Introduction to Audio Production (Formerly RTVF 120)||2||37||2||27|
|FTVM 112||Digital Audio Post-Production (Formerly RTVF 121)||1||3||1||3|
|FTVM 213||Radio Station Operations (Formerly RTVF 220)||2||5||2||6|
|FTVM 235||Cinema Production (Formerly RTVF 240)||1||12||1||5|
|FTVM 233||TV Studio Production (Formerly RTVF 230)||1||4||1||8|
This program supports the San Bernardino Valley College mission, “San Bernardino Valley College provides quality education and services that support a diverse community of learners.”The FTVM Social Media Narrative Production Certificate will support the educational goals of media arts professionals and 4-year educational institution goals. The certificate offers dynamic constantly-evolving methods of education, promotion and advocacy. Through the program faculty work together to develop innovative curriculum and practicum that supports students' success. This degree offers updated curriculum that speakers to the evolving state of media professions.
This certificate broadens students’ understanding of aesthetics of video, audio, and sound design. It also expands their production skills, and offers for more advanced techniques in post-production. The outcomes for this certificate include the ability to produce narrative content for all platforms of social media, develop a professional level portfolio and qualify for entry level work in media or transfer to a 4-year university.
(Y1 or S1)
|FTVM 111||Introduction to Audio Production||3||Y1|
|FTVM 112||Digital Audio Post-Production||3||Y1|
|FTVM 213||Radio Station Operations||3||Y1|
|FTVM 235||Cinema Production||3||Y1|
|FTVM 233||TV Studio Production||3||Y1|
Diann Thursby · 12/19/19
Received regional recommendation at 12-18-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.