The Broadcast-Cinema degree program prepares students for careers in broadcasting, film and emerging media industries. Students will learn the production techniques necessary to succeed in media production while applying innovative approaches to content creation and visual aesthetics. The program provides a balance between journalism, documentary and narrative storytelling.
This degree program takes full-time students about two years to complete. Part-time students may take longer depending on course load. Individual progress and need for additional coursework may affect the time it takes for degree completion. This is an occupation-based degree. Graduates can choose to enter the workforce or transfer into a bachelor degree program following their degree completion at MxCC.
The Broadcast-Cinema degree from MxCC prepares students to seek employment in areas that include television, television production, news, entertainment TV, film production, advertising, and corporate media. Click here for additional information.
The Broadcast-Cinema degree program requires 61 credits, including program requirements, electives and general education courses. In their first year students learn the foundations of media production through courses in writing, media studies, aesthetics and production. The second year is devoted to the selection of a series of specialized classes in preparation for a senior thesis project and internship.
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Professor John Shafer