Video Production

Video Production is approved as a Completer Program (a graduation requirement option). Video Production may grant 10 student service learning hours.

Students in Video Production develop the entry-level skills needed to record news and live events and to film videos and television broadcasts. Students will have the opportunity to work in a real studio environment with the Community Media Center.


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Major Units of Study:

- Video Production

- Techniques and procedures to create video for television

- Capture and edit desktop video

- Participate in on-location productions

- Lighting

- Video Graphics

Required Prerequisites:

- Graphic Arts OR

- Script Writing/Video Production

Animation Career Opportunities:

- Production Artist

- Desktop Publisher

- Event Photographer

- Mechanical Artist

- Assistant/Associate Director

- Commercial Illustrator

- Layout Artist

- Interactive Media Designer

- Graphic Arts Technician

- Audio-Visual Artist/Designer

- Photographer

- Advertising

- Publishing

- Product Designer/Illustrator Animator

Career Specific Electives:

- 2D/3D Art

- Business Principles & Practices

- Journalistic Writing

- Drama I, II, III

- Marketing I

- Creative Writing

- Foreign Language (2)

- Psychology I, Honors Psychology I

- Public Speaking

For more information about careers in the video production field, please check out this link to the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook.

Camera Operators

Motion Pictures & Video Industry