Five Towns College 2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2022  
Five Towns College 2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mass Communication, Live Entertainment and Media Production, B.S.


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Mass Communication Program
Live Entertainment and Media Production Concentration
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree
HEGIS Code: 0601.00
Inventory of Registered Program Code: 27401

Concentration Overview

This concentration prepares students with the practical skills needed to take any performance to the next level. From live sound and lighting to corporate presentations, students build foundations in a wide array of audio and visual applications, and enter the industry with a deep understanding of what moves an audience. Students are trained to be audiovisual engineers and designers who are proficient in the creation, operation and planning of modern-day musical, theatrical, event and corporate productions. Graduates of the Live Entertainment and Media Production Concentration are prepared for careers such as Event Producers, Tour Manager, Live Production Manager, Stage Manager, Live Sound Engineer, Audio Visual Technician, and Lighting Technician.

Live Entertainment and Media Production Concentration
PRD 243 - Audio and Visual Technologies; (3cr)  
PRD 257 - Live Event Management/Producing; (3cr)  
 PRD ___ - Live Ent/Media Prod. Elective 300-400 Level; (12cr)     
THR 111 - Introduction to Stagecraft; (3cr)  
VID 132 - Fundamental Production: Remote Television Workshop; (3cr)  
Total Concentration Credits: 24

Recommended Sequence of Courses
Course Name   Course Name
Semester 1
  Semester 2
ENG 101 - English Composition 1; (3cr)     BUS 275 - Social Media Concepts and Practice; (3cr)  
MAC 101 - Mass Communication; (3cr)     ENG 102 - English Composition 2; (3cr)  
MAC 121 - Fundamental Communication Lab 1; (3cr)     MAC 122 - Fundamental Communication Lab 2; (3cr)  
THR 111 - Introduction to Stagecraft; (3cr)    MAC 150 - Introduction to Live Sound; (3cr)  
VID 131 - Introductory Production: Television Workshop; (3cr)     VID 132 - Fundamental Production: Remote Television Workshop; (3cr) 
Total 15   Total 15
Semester 3
  Semester 4
ENG 202 - Broadcast Newswriting and Reporting; (3cr)     Writing Elective; (3cr)  
Liberal Arts and Science Elective; (3cr)     MAC 222 - Intermediate Communication Lab 4; (3cr)  
MAC 202 - History and Application of Media Law; (3cr)     MAC 290 - Digital Media Art: Video and Motion; (3cr)  
MAC 221 - Intermediate Communication Lab 3; (3cr)     PRD 243 - Audio and Visual Technologies; (3cr) 
MAC 280 - Digital Media Art: Design; (3cr)     Diversity Competency Elective; (3cr)  
Total 15   Total 15
Semester 5
 
Semester 6
MAC 211 - Broadcast Journalism; (3cr)     ENG 302 - Photojournalism; (3cr)  
MAC 301 - New and Emerging Media; (3cr)     Liberal Arts and Science Elective; (3cr)  
MAC 321 - Advanced Communication Lab 5; (3cr)     MAC 299 - Radio Broadcasting and Operations; (3cr)  
PRD 257 - Live Event Management/Producing; (3cr)    MAC 322 - Advanced Communication Lab 6; (3cr)  
Live Ent/Media Prod. Elective 300-400 Level; (3cr)     Live Ent/Media Prod. Elective 300-400 Level; (3cr) 
Total 15   Total 15
Semester 7
  Semester 8
MAC 302 - Media Ethics and Criticism; (3cr)     Liberal Arts and Science Elective; (3cr) 
Live Ent/Media Prod. Elective 300-400 Level; (3cr)    Quantitative Competency Elective; (3cr)  
SOC 351 - Social Problems; (3cr)     Live Ent/Media Prod. Elective 300-400 Level; (3cr) 
SOC 361 - Mass Media and Society; (3cr)     PSY 101 - General Psychology; (3cr)  
Oral Communication Competency Elective; (3cr)     Scientific Competency Elective; (3cr)  
Total 15   Total 15

 

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