Video Techniques and Applications Certificate
For more information, contact the Humanities Administrative Assistant at (229) 317-6554.
The Video Techniques and Applications Certificate has been created to provide a working knowledge of the basics of the Videography and Digital Video Editing Field and to use that knowledge to immediately enter the workforce. The Video Techniques and Applications Certificate requires a completion of 18 hours of study (six courses of 3 credit hours each.) Three of these courses are in the Art Transfer Degree Program. This program includes basic and advanced digital video camera techniques, basic and advanced digital video editing techniques, computer arts, two-dimensional design and portfolio preparation and review.
|Fall Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 1020||Design I||3|
|ART 2150||Computer Art||3|
|ART 2210||Video I||3|
|Spring Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 2190||Photographic Lighting Techniques||3|
|ART 2230||Video Editing||3|
|ART 2200||Professional Practices, Portfolio Preparation and Review||3|
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