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Orange Coast College Film/Video Restricted Electives (Continued) - Select ten (10) units from the following: Introduction to Radio, Television, and Film* FILM A150 3 Film and Video Sound FILM A193 3 Social Media Marketing FILM A215 3 Television Production 2 FILM A255 3 Special Projects FILM A260 2 Television Lab FILM A261 2 Cinematography FILM A262 3 Digital Film and Video Editing 2 FILM A264 3 Field Production and the Documentary* FILM A265 4 Digital Cinema* FILM A270 4 Introduction to Photography PHOT A120 3 Directing THEA A275 3 FILM/VIDEO FILM/VIDEO CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT The Film/Video program at OCC is designed to give the student two years of extensive theory and technical experience training in the basic skills required for employment in the film/video industry. 10 Students are required to obtain a grade of “C” or better in all required courses. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE Program Outcomes 1. Complete the Film/Video Certificate of Achievement and the Associate in Arts graduation requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the catalog. The Film/Video program offers a Certificate of Achievement that, when completed, gives the student the basic skills required for entry-level employment in the film, video, television, multi-media and entertainment industries in the areas of producing, directing, camera operation, lighting, sound and editing. Course Units SEMESTER 1 Video Workshop Digital Film and Video Editing 1 SEMESTER 2 Television Production 1 Story Developing/Production FILM FILM A110 A194 FILM FILM A155 A240 3 3 Subtotal 6 3 3 Subtotal 3 SEMESTER 4 Field Production and the Documentary* FILM A265 Or Digital Cinema* FILM A270 4 Subtotal 4 Restricted Electives 10 Total Units 29 Note: Courses noted with (*) may fulfill restricted elective credit if the alternative course has been taken as a required course. Film/Video Restricted Electives - Select ten (10) units from the following: Broadcast Journalism BRCT A105 Motion Graphics and Video Compositing DMAD A263 Scriptwriting ENGL A127 Film as Literature ENGL A148 History and Appreciation of the Cinema* FILM A100 The Business of Film and Television FILM A102 Great Directors of Cinema FILM A104 Introduction to Media Writing FILM A106 Project Development and the Pitch FILM A112 Event Productions FILM A120 CATERING CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT Students who complete the Catering certificate will be trained to operate a catering business, whether it is a business conducted on premises or off premises. Those enrolling in this program will learn about organization and management, menu pricing, selling, advertising and promotion, and preparing and serving food, as well as cost accountability, a most important factor in operating a catering service successfully. Students will be employable in the catering departments of hotels and restaurants and will be knowledgeable enough to reasonably decide about opening their own catering business. Opportunities for employment in this field are excellent. 4 100 FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT — COMMERICAL Subtotal 6 SEMESTER 3 History and Appreciation of Cinema* FILM A100 Or Introduction to Radio, Television, and Film* FILM A150 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 Program Outcome 1. The outcome of the program is to prepare students for professional positions within the industry and to provide the foundation skills for owning and operating their own catering business. Meets the needs of the local catering community. Course Units Garde Manger Or Food Production Management Introduction to Nutrition Concepts Sanitation and Safety Menu Planning and Purchasing Catering CA A200 2 FSM FN FSM FSM FSM A151 A140 A160 A250 A284 2 2 3 3 3 Subtotal 13 Continued on next page