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Broadcasting Television,Are self starters,Can adhere to strict deadlines. Have strong interpersonal skills,Thrive in a creative environment. Employment, Graduates may find employment in television stations media centres production houses and. community cable systems as studio and field crew members editors motion graphic artists. directors researchers and producers Opportunities may also exist for graduates wishing to. freelance or start their own production companies,Learning Outcomes. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to. Operate industry standard production equipment in studio and on location to create. television video and or web content for multiple platforms. Deliver television video and digital or web content via multiple platforms in formats that. meet current broadcast industry standards, Participate in the planning and preparation of television mobile and or web productions.
that meet industry standards and regulations, Participate in marketing activities to promote independent productions and or a stations. brand and products, Plan and prepare interviews scripts and reporting content for use in television video or. digital media productions, Use business skills and accepted industry practices in the creation of television video and. or web productions, Keep current with the needs of the television and digital media broadcast industry using. strategies that enhance work performance and guide professional development. Conduct work safety in accordance with all applicable acts regulations legislation and. codes to ensure personal and public safety, Use a variety of post production skills and techniques to enhance and complete television.
digital web and or video productions, Identify and apply discipline specific practices that contribute to the local and global. community through social responsibility economic commitment and environmental. stewardship,Program of Study,Level 01 Courses Hours. ENL1813M Communications I 42 0,TVA1500 Television Operations I 28 0. TVA1501 Studio Production I 70 0,TVA1530 Introduction to Post Production 28 0. TVA1543 News Writing I 28 0,TVA1546 The Art of Photography 42 0.
TVA1565 Electronic Field Production I 56 0,Level 02 Courses Hours. DSN2100M Design Thinking 42 0, ENL2018 Communications II Screen Based Storytelling 42 0. Broadcasting Television,TVA1502 News Writing II 28 0. TVA1507 Studio Production II 70 0,TVA1536 Television Operations II 28 0. TVA1547 Digital Post Production and Motion Graphics I 42 0. TVA1566 Electronic Field Production II 56 0,Level 03 Courses Hours.
TVA1515 Electronic Field Production III 42 0, TVA1548 Studio Life Style and News Production I 56 0. TVA1560 Production and Business Management I 42 0,TVA1567 Remote Broadcast I 84 0. TVA1569 Digital Post Production Motion Graphics II 42 0. Elective choose 1 Courses Hours,TVA1559 Writing for Film and Television I 42 0. TVA1562 Advanced Technologies I 42 0,Choose one from equivalencies Courses Hours. GED0381 General Education Elective 42 0,Level 04 Courses Hours.
TVA1518 Remote Broadcast II 84 0,TVA1519 Electronic Field Production IV 42 0. TVA1544 Production and Business Management II 28 0. TVA1564 Digital Post Production and Motion Graphics III 28 0. TVA1570 Industry Familiarization 42 0, TVA1571 Studio Life Style and News Production II 56 0. Elective choose 1 Courses Hours,TVA1535 Writing for Film and Television II 28 0. TVA1563 Advanced Technologies II 28 0,Fees for the 2020 2021 Academic Year. Tuition and related ancillary fees for this program can be viewed by using the Tuition and Fees. Estimator tool at https www algonquincollege com fee estimator. Further information on fees can be found by visiting the Registrar s Office website at. https www algonquincollege com ro,Fees are subject to change.
Additional program related expenses include, Books and supplies cost approximately 1 100 in the first year and 1 050 in the second year. Students must purchase their own laptop computer and software Computers and supplies can. be purchased directly from Algonquin s Connections Store at educational discounted rates It is. recommended that students purchase their own digital SLR camera in the first year. Admission Requirements for the 2021 2022 Academic Year. College Eligibility, Ontario Secondary School Diploma OSSD or equivalent Applicants with an OSSD showing. senior English and or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level or with Workplace or Open. courses will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission OR. Academic and Career Entrance ACE certificate OR, General Educational Development GED certificate OR. Mature Student status 19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the 3. start of the program Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for. Broadcasting Television, Mature Student status 19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the. start of the program Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for. which a fee of 50 subject to change will be charged. Program Eligibility,English Grade 12 ENG4C or equivalent.
Applicants with international transcripts must provide proof of the subject specific. requirements noted above and may be required to provide proof of language proficiency. Domestic applicants with international transcripts must be evaluated through the International. Credential Assessment Service of Canada ICAS or World Education Services WES. IELTS International English Language Testing Service Academic Overall band of 6 0 with. a minimum of 5 5 in each band OR TOEFL Internet based iBT Overall 80 with a minimum. of 20 in each component Reading 20 Listening 20 Speaking 20 Writing 20. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places applicants will. be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Admission Requirements for 2020 2021 Academic Year. College Eligibility, Ontario Secondary School Diploma OSSD or equivalent Applicants with an OSSD showing. senior English and or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level or with Workplace or Open. courses will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission OR Academic and Career. Entrance ACE certificate OR, General Educational Development GED certificate OR. Mature Student status 19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the. start of the program Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for. which a fee of 50 subject to change will be charged. Program Eligibility,English Grade 12 ENG4C or equivalent. International applicants must provide proof of the subject specific requirements noted above. along with proof of either IELTS TOEFL IELTS International English Language Testing. Service Academic Overall band of 6 0 with a minimum of 5 5 in each band OR TOEFL. Internet based iBT Overall 80 with a minimum of 20 in each component Reading 20. Listening 20 Speaking 20 Writing 20, Applicants with international transcripts must provide proof of the subject specific. requirements noted above and may be required to provide proof of language proficiency. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places applicants will. be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Application Information,BROADCASTING TELEVISION,Program Code 0381X01FWO.
Applications to full time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing. completion of the academic admission requirements through. ontariocolleges ca,60 Corporate Court,Guelph Ontario N1G 5J3. 1 888 892 2228, Students currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school should notify their Guidance Office. prior to their online application at http www ontariocolleges ca 4. Broadcasting Television, Applications for Fall Term and Winter Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal. consideration Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first come first served. basis as long as places are available, International applicants please visit this link for application process information. https algonquincollege force com myACint, For further information on the admissions process contact.
Registrar s Office,Algonquin College,1385 Woodroffe Ave. Ottawa ON K2G 1V8,Telephone 613 727 0002,Toll free 1 800 565 4723. TTY 613 727 7766,Fax 613 727 7632,Email mailto AskUs algonquincollege com. Additional Information, Programs at Algonquin College are Bring Your Own Device BYOD To see the BYOD requirements. for your program please visit https www7 algonquincollege com byod. For more information please contact Matt McCooeye Program Coordinator at 613 727 4723 ext. 5001 or mailto mccooem algonquincollege com,Course Descriptions.
DSN2100M Design Thinking, Human centred approaches are among the best methods of generating innovative solutions for. people at work at home or within your community Design thinking is a user centred method of. creative problem solving applicable any time you need to generate new ideas It is about embracing. mindset shifts and tackling problems from the user s perspective Students learn the five step. process while involving the user each step of the way Through research discussions and analysis. students work first independently then with a team to emphasize with their users define a. problem and then ideate prototype and test an original solution that places people at the heart. of a challenge,Prerequisite s none,Corerequisite s none. ENL1813M Communications I, Communication remains an essential skill sought by employers regardless of discipline or field of. study Using a practical vocation oriented approach students focus on meeting the requirements. of effective communication Through a combination of lectures exercises and independent. learning students practise writing speaking reading listening locating and documenting. information and using technology to communicate professionally Students develop and. strengthen communication skills that contribute to success in both educational and workplace. environments,Prerequisite s none,Corerequisite s none. ENL2018 Communications II Screen Based Storytelling. Students learn the art of storytelling for a variety of screen based showcases Scripts for TV. dramas sitcoms animation advertising and online vehicles are crafted using industry standard. formatting In addition the arts of pitching marketing and show running are examined. Prerequisite s ENL1813M,Corerequisite s none 5,Broadcasting Television.
GED0381 General Education Elective, Students choose one course from a group of general education electives which meets one of the. following five theme requirements Arts in Society Civic Life Social and Cultural Understanding. Personal Understanding and Science and Technology,Prerequisite s none. Corerequisite s none,TVA1500 Television Operations I. As students begin to examine production skills required to produce television they must be able. to maximize the industry standard production resources at their disposal Students will explore. the areas of graphics switching audio server camera and other studio and remote television. operations required to produce quality content Through videos readings discussions. presentations and group activities students will discover the essential technical and operational. components of producing television,Prerequisite s none. Corerequisite s TVA1501,TVA1501 Studio Production I.
Students are introduced to the working fundamentals of a television production studio Both. production and operation skills competencies with respect to live multi camera production are. developed to meet first term learning expectations The importance of working in a team. environment and using correct control room terminology is stressed throughout. Prerequisite s none,Corerequisite s TVA1500 and TVA1565. TVA1502 News Writing II, Students improve their ability to find and write news stories for broadcast and social media. Students develop skills in researching writing producing shooting and editing news stories. Creative and technical aspects of video journalism are addressed. Prerequisite s TVA1543,Corerequisite s TVA1507 and TVA1566. TVA1507 Studio Production II, Students enhance their knowledge of the working fundamentals of a television production studio. Learning both production and operation skills continues students multi skilled development with. entry level industry expectations being the primary goal The importance of using correct. terminology and of working in a team environment is stressed throughout The production of. entertainment and educational programs that meet industry standards are emphasized. Prerequisite s TVA1500 and TVA1501 and TVA1565,Corerequisite s TVA1502 and TVA1536 and TVA1566.
TVA1515 Electronic Field Production III, Students are introduced to equipment and techniques that help produce a more accomplished. image Students gain experience using focal lengths aperture filtration film style lighting and. camera dolly mounts all to create a unique mood and look Short narratives are chosen for. production Components of the course are technical in nature and teamwork is required to complete. most assigned projects,Prerequisite s TVA1566,Corerequisite s TVA1548 and TVA1567 6. TVA1502 News Writing II Students improve their ability to find and write news stories for broadcast and social media Students develop skills in researching writing producing shooting and editing news stories Creative and technical aspects of video journalism are addressed Prerequisite s TVA1543 Corerequisite s TVA1507 and TVA1566

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