Delgado Community College offers a hands-on curriculum designed to teach future producers, directors, editors, writers, and videographers how to take TV and digital cinema projects from concept to completion.
As part of the General Studies program, students can receive an Associate’s degree with a Concentration in Television Production after 60 hours of study.
Delgado has a state-of-the-art high definition TV studio and control room, a 10-workstation Avid editing lab, and a storehouse of television and digital cinema tools which students may check out and use for their projects.
Career opportunities include any field involving camera operation, grip, producing, directing, or talent, such as:
· Corporate Video-Media Specialist
· Lighting Technician
· Audio Technician
· Floor Director
In addition to general education requirements, coursework in this degree program is likely to include the following:
· Scriptwriting for Television
· Introduction to Television/Film Production Process
· Field/Editing/Post Production
· Corporate Communication
· Radio Production
· Newspaper Reporting & Editing
· TV Production
The Television and Digital Cinema faculty brings decades of real world, in-the-trenches experience to the classroom. The faculty has won prestigious industry and academic honors including Emmy awards, Addys, and the Seymour Weiss Excellence in Teaching award.