Mass Communications Courses
MASC 3251 Media Production II (3 credits)
This class is designed to give a student an introduction to the broadcast television environment. The course will provide a path to the creative process utilizing visual tools to develop media story experiences. Students will become skilled in video equipment operation utilizing the department's television facilities. These skills will be taught through hands-on experiences in the creative process of media production. These objectives will be accomplished through classroom lectures, discussions, group activities and on-air presentations. The majority of the learning in this course will involve hands-on field experiences in a controlled laboratory environment. Prerequisites: MASC 2243 and MASC 2250.
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