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Curriculum

Certificates of Achievement

Radio Production (28-29 units):

Program Description:
Radio Production curriculum prepares students to work in various areas of broadcasting and electronic media. Course work covers basic aspects of radio production, audio production, post-production sound, and announcing and writing for broadcast, cable and digital medias. Practical internships are offered in professional facilities, including commercial and public broadcast companies, cable television, production and post-production companies. Students selecting the “Radio” track of this program will produce a weekly show for the college radio station. Radio Production students are prepared for such positions as radio hosts/announcers, news reporters, production assistants, program producers, and audio editors for radio.

Occupations within the industry of telecommunications and digital media technologies are inherently competitive, and/or may be low-salaried. Inexperienced graduates are not generally hired.

A Certificate of Achievement is awarded upon completion of all required courses with a grade of C or better.

Required Courses:

Year 1, Semester I – Fall (9 units)
TVR 014A – BEGINNING RADIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
TVR 012 – BEGINNING ANNOUNCING AND PERFORMING IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA (3.0 units)
TVR 015 – INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA WRITING (3.0 units)
Year 1, Semester II – Spring (6 units)
TVR 002A – BEGINNING AUDIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
TVR 007 – BEGINNING TV STUDIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
OR
TVR 004 – BEGINNING SINGLE CAMERA PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
Year 2, Semester III – Fall (6 units)
TVR 002B – RADIO BROADCAST MASTER CONTROL OPERATIONS (3.0 units)
TVR 001 – INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA (3.0 units)
Year 2, Semester IV – Spring (3-4 units)
COMM 101 – COMMUNICATION FIELD PRACTICE (1.0 units)
TVR 119 – RADIO WORKSHOP (3.0 units)
OR
TVR 120 – RADIO WORKSHOP (2.0 units)
Year 2, Semester V – Summer (1 units)
TVR 128F – RADIO PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP (1.0 units)

Required Electives (3 Units)
One of the following Electives

MUSC 129A – MUSIC IN MULTIMEDIA (3.0 units)
OR
TVR 104 – LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT (3.0 units)
OR
TVR 143 – DIGITAL AUDIO WORKSTATION SKILLS (3.0 units)

Recommended Electives

ELTN 130 – INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS (3.0 units)
&
CIS 030 – NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS (3.0 units)
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will be assessed on their ability to:

  1. Create effective communication using written, oral and/or audio-visual methods in a media context.
  2. Integrate critical thinking in a media context.
  3. Integrate professional standards of conduct in a media context.Develop technological proficiency in a media context.
  4. 4. Develop technological proficiency in a media context.

Broadcast Journalism (32-33 units):

Program Description: 
The curriculum prepares students in the field of electronic journalism. Students are prepared for positions such as new researcher, assignment editor, news producer, news writer or reporter.

A Certificate of Achievement is awarded upon completion of all required courses with a grade of C or better.

Required Courses:

Year 1, Semester I – Fall (12 units)TVR 002A – BEGINNING AUDIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
TVR 001 – INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA (3.0 units)
TVR 007 – BEGINNING TV STUDIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
TVR 012 – BEGINNING ANNOUNCING AND PERFORMING IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA (3.0 units)
Year 1, Semester II – Spring (13 units)TVR 016A – TELEVISION PRODUCTION (4.0 units)
TVR 018 – RADIO AND TELEVISION NEWSWRITING (3.0 units)
TVR 014A – BEGINNING RADIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
BIT 025 – SURVEY OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS (3.0 units)
Year 2, Semester III – Fall (7-8 units)TVR 021 – ELECTRONIC MEDIA MANAGEMENT (3.0 units)
TVR 024 – ELECTRONIC NEWS GATHERING AND EDITING (3.0 units)
TVR 128C – BROADCAST NEWS/ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP (1.0 units)
OR
TVR 129C – BROADCAST NEWS/ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP (2.0 units)

Recommended Electives:

COMM 001 – SURVEY OF MASS COMMUNICATION (3.0 units)
JOUR 002 – BEGINNING JOURNALISM (3.0 units)
JOUR 004A – REPORTING AND NEWSWRITING (3.0 units)
JOUR 007A – NEWSWRITING AND MAKE-UP (4.0 units)
SPCH 003 – VOICE AND DICTION (3.0 units)
SPCH 004 – ORAL INTERPRETATION (3.0 units)
TVR 014B – ADVANCED RADIO PRODUCTION (3.0 units)
TVR 019 – INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA AESTHETICS AND CINEMATIC ARTS (3.0 units)
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will be assessed on their ability to:

  1. Create effective communication using written, oral and/or audio-visual methods in a media context.
  2. Integrate critical thinking in a media context.
  3. Integrate professional standards of conduct in a media context.
  4. Demonstrate technological proficiency in a media context.