Catalog 2017-2018 
    
    Jun 24, 2018  
Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Communication Media


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Location:

Ed Beaty Hall, Room 116M, 970.339.6252

Program Chair:

James Crandall, 970.339.6339

Advisors and Faculty:

James Crandall, 970.339.6339

David Farrell, 970.339.6287

Degrees/Certificates Offered:

Audio Production (two year A.A.S. degree)

Journalism (two year A.A.S. degree)

Media Writing (two year A.A.S. degree)

Radio Production (two year A.A.S. degree)

Television & Video Production (two year A.A.S. degree)

Video Editing & Effects Production (two year A.A.S. degree)

Audio Production Level I (two-semester certificate)

Audio Production Level II (two-semester certificate)

Audio Production Level III (two-semester certificate)

Electronic Audio Production (two-semester certificate)

Journalism Writing (two-semester certificate)

Radio Production Level I (two-semester certificate)

Radio Production Level II (two-semester certificate)

Video Writing (two-semester certificate)

Video/Television Production, Level I (two-semester certificate)

Video/Television Production, Level II (two-semester certificate)

 

The Communication Media program was designated as “promising” by the “Sharing What Works: Exemplary and Promising Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs” project. It was provided in recognition of the program’s outstanding work and contributions to the field of career and technical education by the National Dissemination Center for Career and Technical Education.

Students wishing to rapidly obtain proficiency in one of the Communication Media disciplines may opt to pursue a one-year certificate. Each certificate focuses on specific skill sets of a certain discipline within the area of modern mass communication. Certificates are primarily designed to prepare students with relevant, marketable skills for entry-level employment in the media field. All courses in a certificate may also be applied to a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree.

 

Communication Media Advisory Committee

Neil Best, KUNC Radio

Alan Grajeda, Student Representative

Brian Lindecker, Thompson School District

Michael Olivier, Audio Consultant

Angie Sickler, Colorado Digital Video

Sherri Peif, Independence Institute and KFKA Radio

 

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