Media, Design & Communication Arts

Overview

Film/Video Production, Broadcast Journalism and Communication, Audio Production 

 Students of the Media Communication Arts program at the CTC have opportunity to explore media production in a purpose-built studio and editing lab that supports multi-track, multi-camera collaborative production, as well as field production opportunities, including live events. Students plan, capture and produce film, video, animation and photojournalism assets using advanced equipment, techniques, and software that approach the current standard for post-secondary and commercial facilities. While doing this they can have the opportunity to consult and receive feedback from industry professionals and become aware of related career and post-secondary education opportunities in their media of choice. 

 

Areas of specialization are offered including Broadcast Journalism and Communication, and Film/Video Production. Audio Production can also be pursued within either of these programs, or as a specialized evening option, subject to interest and availability. Collaboration on real-world projects is a priority whenever possible, and student work has appeared on networks such as SHAW Cable and Telus Optic. 

 

Classes and detailed information: 

  • Introductory (5 credits available) single block only 
  • Intermediate (15 credits available) single block only 
  • Advanced (15 credits available) single block only 
  • Credential (Adobe Certified Associate)

Facilities

Students are expected to treat facilities and equipment with care and respect.

Supplies

Students will need to purchase some of their supplies necessary for course instruction, including memory cards. Please see our Fees page.

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