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Media Communications


Dept ID Course Name & Information Credits
MCOM 113 Television Production ITelevision Production IBasic operating procedures of television production equipment: sound recording and mixing, studio and location lighting, and video editing techniques. Study of the operating characteristics, care, and maintenance of professional video equipment. 3
MCOM 114 Television Production IITelevision Production IIExperience producing industrial video presentation for area civic organizations and producing a monthly program to be aired on a local channel. Students set up for location shooting and operate cameras and other equipment for sound recordings. Video footage is edited into a final product with titles and graphics developed. Prerequisites: MCOM 113 3
MCOM 131 Digital PhotographyDigital PhotographyThis course is designed to acquaint the student with the advantages and disadvantages of using digitally mastered images beginning with capturing of the image and proceeding to the print stage without the loss of image quality. There will be a minimal number of digital cameras available for hourly checkout through the library. For this reason, it is recommended that the student furnish his or her own digital camera and the accompanying peripherals needed for downloading images onto the computer. Students are required to furnish their own paper to print quality images. 3
MCOM 212 Television News ProductionTelevision News ProductionThe news production class will teach students to write, edit, report and broadcast a student-run TV news show — “Haskell News.” Students are responsible for all reporting, producing, studio management, editing, and broadcasting of the student-produced show. Prerequisites: MCOM 113 OR Concurrent Enrollment in MCOM 201 3
MCOM 231 Introduction to Mass CommunicationsIntroduction to Mass CommunicationsA historical and descriptive survey of mass media for communicating public information. Students will analyze newspapers, magazines, radio, television, motion pictures, and audio recordings through various projects to see how these forms of media define our values, thoughts, and actions. Prerequisite: ENG 101 3