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1 Motion Picture/Television Associate in Applied Science Field of Study Code: MPTV.AAS.ANIMAT Catalog Description: The Animation degree specializes in preparing students for employment and/or transfer in the field of animation. Students will explore and become proficient in the basics of animation and computer-generated imagery. This program will teach student s techniques in story development, character design, animation, motion control, lighting and sound for animation. The Animation degree program requires 64 credits in program requirements, program electives, electives and general education as listed below. Program Requirements Mptv 1020* Editing for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1311 Introduction to Animation... 3 Mptv 1313 History of Animation... 3 Mptv 1324 Motion Graphics and Special Effects I... 3 Mptv 2331 Three-Dimensional Animation I... 3 Mptv 2342* Animation Portfolio... 3 Art 1101 Drawing I... 3 Art 1102* Drawing II... 3 Art 1151 Two-Dimensional Foundations Studio... 3 Art 2201* Life Drawing I... 3 Art 2266* Computer Art I... 3 Grdsn 2210* Cartooning... 3 Grdsn 2211* Storyboarding/Sequential Art... 3 * - course has a prerequisite Program Electives... 6 Select six credits from any or 2000-level Mptv faculty adviserapproved Mptv courses; one suggested course is listed below. Mptv 2333 Motion Graphics and Special Effects II... 3 Electives... 3 Select three credits from any or 2000-level Mptv or general education course. General Education to 19 Each candidate for an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree shall satisfactorily complete a minimum of 18 credits in General Education. For the Animation degree, some General Education courses are already listed under program requirements. Therefore, students only need 16 credits besides those listed under program requirements. Suggested Course Sequence (Full-Time Enrollment) Please note: A student s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences. First Semester (15 credits) Art 1101 (3) Mptv 1020 (3) Mptv 1311 (3) General Education requirement (3) General Education requirement (3) Second Semester (18 credits) Art 1151 (3) Grdsn 2210 (3) Mptv 1313 (3) (spring only) Mptv 1324 (3) General Education requirement (3) Program Elective (3) Third Semester (16 credits) Art 1102 (3) Art 2266 (3) (fall only) Grdsn 2211 (3) (fall only) Mptv 2331 (3) General Education requirement (4) Fourth Semester (15 credits) Art 2201 (3) Mptv 2342 (3) (spring only) Elective/General Education requirement (3) General Education requirement (3) Program Elective (3) For more information: If you are considering this program as an area of study, please contact the Liberal Arts-Fine & Applied Arts subdivision office at Program web site: MPTV.AAS.ANIMAT 8/24/15 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 1

2 Under the specified General Education headings below, the following courses are required for the Animation degree: Communication: 6 credits Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105 Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150 Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 credits At least one course with a laboratory component Mathematics: 3 to 5 credits Select a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above). Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degree program. Only one from the following three courses may count toward overall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 or Sociology Only one of the following courses may count toward overall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits (Any Art class in program requirements fulfills this requirement) Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits Complete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in the Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category. (Motion Picture/Television 1020 in program requirements fulfills this requirement) TOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE 64 to 67 MPTV.AAS.ANIMAT 8/24/15 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 2

3 Career Information MPTV.AAS.ANIMAT Job Title(s): Multimedia Artists and Animators Animator, Creative Director, Art Director, Artist, Graphic Artist, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, 3D Artist, 3D Animator, Animation Director For salary and wage information, please visit: If you would like information regarding internships, resume development, interviewing and job search skills, please contact the Career Services Center Phone: Related Occupations: Art Director Web Developer Graphic Designer Film & Video Editors Technical Director/Manager Producer MPTV.AAS.ANIMAT 8/24/15 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 3

4 Motion Picture/Television Associate in Applied Science Field of Study Code: MPTV.AAS.FILM Catalog Description: The Motion Picture/Television program specializes in preparing students for employment and/or transfer in the fields of film, video, television, animation and audio production. Graduates find jobs in industry, education and government; although a knowledge of motion picture or television production is also helpful for those seeking careers in advertising, public relations and other related fields. A hands-on approach to learning is emphasized. Several courses are transfer oriented. The Motion Picture/Television Film/Video degree requires a minimum of 64 credits in program requirements, program electives and general education as listed below. Program Requirements Mptv 1011 Introduction to Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1020 Editing for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1022* Audio for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1111 Film/Video Aesthetics... 3 Mptv 1113 Film/Video History... 3 Mptv 1120* Cinematography... 3 Mptv 2022 Screenwriting for Short Forms... 3 Mptv 2031* Pre-Production for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 2131* Film/Video Production... 3 Mptv 2133* Directing for Film/Video... 3 Mptv 2140* Advanced Film/Video Production... 3 Program Electives Select 14 credits from the courses below. Mptv 1220 Introduction to Television Studio Production... 3 Mptv 1311 Introduction to Animation... 3 Mptv 1320* Intermediate Animation... 3 Mptv 1822 Selected Topics... 3 Mptv 2231 TV News Field Production... 3 Mptv 2233* Documentary Production... 3 Mptv 2240 Advanced Television Production... 3 Mptv 2331 Three-Dimensional Animation I... 3 Mptv 2340* Three-Dimensional Animation II... 3 Mptv 2822* Advanced Selected Topics II... 3 * - course has a prerequisite General Education to 22 For the Film/Video Production degree, students are required to take 19 to 22 credits in General Education. Suggested Course Sequence (Full-Time Enrollment) Please note: A student s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences. First Semester (18 to 21 credits) Mathematics (3 to 5) Engli 1101 or 1105 (3) Mptv 1011 (3) Mptv 1020 (3) Mptv 1022 (3 Second Semester (15 credits) Speec 1100 or 1120 or 1150 (3) Mptv 1111 (3) Mptv 1120 (3) Mptv 2022 (3) Third Semester (19 credits) Physical and Life Sciences (4) Mptv 2031(3) Mptv 2131 (3) Mptv 2133 (3) Fourth Semester (14 credits) Humanities and Fine Arts (3) Social and Behavioral Sciences (3) Mptv PTV 1113 (3) Mptv 2140 (3) Program Elective (2) For more information: If you are considering this program as an area of study, please contact the Liberal Arts-Fine & Applied Arts subdivision office at MPTV.AAS.FILM 8/24/15 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 4

5 Under the specified General Education headings below, the following courses are required: Program web site: Communication: 6 credits Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105 Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150 Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 credits At least one course with a laboratory component Mathematics: 3 to 5 credits Select a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above). Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degree program. Only one from the following three courses may count toward overall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 or Sociology Only one of the following courses may count toward overall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits Complete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in the Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category. (Motion Picture Television 1011 in program requirements fulfills this requirement) TOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE 66 to 69 MPTV.AAS.FILM 8/24/15 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 5

6 Career Information MPTV.AAS.FILM Job Title(s): Directors- Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, and Radio Director, Television Director (TV Director), Artistic Director, Newscast Director, Stage Manager, Technical Director, News Production Supervisor, Television Newscast Director, Assistant Director, Associate Artistic Director For salary and wage information, please visit: If you would like information regarding internships, resume development, interviewing and job search skills, please contact the Career Services Center Phone: Related Occupations: Editors Program Directors Talent Directors Advertising & Promotions Manager Art Director Film & Video Editors MPTV.AAS.FILM 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 6

7 Motion Picture/Television Associate in Applied Science Field of Study Code: MPTV.AAS.PROD Catalog Description: The Motion Picture/Television program specializes in preparing students for employment and/or transfer in the fields of film, video, television, animation and audio production. Graduates find jobs in industry, education and government; although a knowledge of motion picture or television production is also helpful for those seeking careers in advertising, public relations and other related fields. A hands-on approach to learning is emphasized. Several courses are transfer oriented. The Television Production degree program requires 64 credits, in program requirements, program electives and general education as listed below. Program Requirements Mptv 1011 Introduction to Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1020 Editing for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1022* Audio for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1111 Film/Video Aesthetics... 3 Mptv 1113 Film/Video History... 3 Mptv 1120* Cinematography... 3 Mptv 2022 Screenwriting for Short Forms... 3 Mptv 2031* Pre-Production for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 2131* Film/Video Production... 3 Mptv 2133* Directing for Film/Video... 3 Mptv 2140* Advanced Film/Video Production... 3 Program Electives Select 14 credits from the courses below. Mptv 1220 Introduction to Television Studio Production... 3 Mptv 1311 Introduction to Animation... 3 Mptv 1320* Intermediate Animation... 3 Mptv 1822 Selected Topics... 3 Mptv 2231 TV News Field Production... 3 Mptv 2233* Documentary Production... 3 Mptv 2240 Advanced Television Production... 3 Mptv 2331 Three-Dimensional Animation I... 3 Mptv 2340* Three-Dimensional Animation II... 3 Mptv 2822* Advanced Selected Topics II... 3 * - course has a prerequisite Program Requirements Mptv 1011 Introduction to Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1020 Editing for Motion Pictures and Television... 3 Mptv 1213 History of Television... 3 Mptv 1220 Introduction to Television Studio Production 3 Mptv 1222 Writing for Television... 3 Mptv 1324 Motion Graphics and Special Effects I... 3 Suggested Course Sequence (Full-Time Enrollment) Please note: A student s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences. First Semester (15 credits) Engli 1101 or 1105 (3) Mptv 1011 (3) Mptv 1020 (3) Mptv 1220 (3) Second Semester (18 to 21credits) Mathematics (3 to 5) Speec 1100 or 1120 or 1150 (3) Mptv 1213 (3) Mptv 1324 (3) Mptv 2134 (3) Third Semester (16 credits) Humanities and Fine Arts (3) Physical and Life Sciences (4) Mptv 2031 (3) Mptv 2231 (3) Mptv 2233 (3) Fourth Semester (15 credits) Social and Behavioral Sciences (3) Mptv 1222 (3) Mptv 2240 (3) For more information: If you are considering this program as an area of study, please contact the Liberal Arts-Fine & Applied Arts subdivision office at Program web site: MPTV.AAS.PROD 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 7

8 Mptv 2031* Pre-Production for Motion Picture and Television... 3 Mptv 2134 On-Location TV Production... 3 Mptv 2231 TV News Field Production... 3 Mptv 2233* Documentary Production... 3 Mptv 2240 Advanced Television Production... 3 Program Electives Select at least 12 credits from any MPTV courses that are not listed as a program requirement. Suggested Program Electives are MPTV 1111, MPTV 1022, MPTV 1120*, MPTV 1822, MPTV 2022, MPTV 2333* and MPTV 2822*. * - course has a prerequisite General Education to 22 For the Television Production degree, students are required to take 19 to 22 credits in General Education. Under the specified General Education headings below, the following courses are required: Communication: 6 credits Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105 Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150 Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 credits At least one course with a laboratory component Mathematics: 3 to 5 credits Select a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above). Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degree program. Only one from the following three courses may count toward overall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 or Sociology Only one of the following courses may count toward overall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits Complete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in the Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category. (Motion Picture Television 1011 in program requirements fulfills this requirement) TOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE 64 to 67 MPTV.AAS.PROD 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 8

9 Career Information MPTV-AAS.PROD Job Title(s): Producers Producer, News Producer, Television News Producer, Promotions Producer, Television Producer (TV Producer), Animation Producer, Executive Producer, Newscast Producer, Radio Producer, Associate Producer For salary and wage information, please visit: If you would like information regarding internships, resume development, interviewing and job search skills, please contact the Career Services Center Phone: Related Occupations: Editors Program Directors Talent Directors Advertising & Promotions Manager Marketing Manager Meeting, Convention & Event Planners MPTV.AAS.PROD 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 9

10 Motion Picture/Television Associate in Applied Science Field of Study Code: MPTV.AAS.BROADCST Catalog Description: The Motion Picture/Television program specializes in preparing students for employment and/or transfer in the field of broadcast journalism. Students will explore and become proficient in the basics of broadcast journalism and news and talk-show production. This program will teach students techniques in news story gathering, oncamera talent techniques, field production, and studio production. The Digital Broadcast Journalism degree requires a minimum of 64 credits in program requirements, program electives and general education as listed below. Program Requirements Mptv 1220 Introduction to Television Studio Production... 3 Mptv 1422 Writing and Reporting for TV News I... 3 Mptv 1423* Announcing and Performing Broadcast News... 3 Mptv 1431* Introduction to Field Production and Editing... 3 Mptv 2231 TV News Field Production... 3 Mptv 2233* Documentary Production... 3 Mptv 2422* Writing and Reporting II... 3 Mptv 2431* Television News Producing... 3 Mptv 2440* Advanced On-Air Broadcasting... 3 Mcomm 1100 Introduction to Mass Communication... 3 Mcomm 1105 News Reporting and Writing for Multimedia... 3 Mcomm 2100 Social Media as News... 3 * - course has a prerequisite Program Electives Select ten credits from any or 2000-level Mptv or Mcomm course that is not a required course. General Education to 22 Each candidate for an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree shall satisfactorily complete a minimum of 18 credits in General Education. Under the specified General Education headings below, the following courses are required: Communication: 6 credits Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105 Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150 Suggested Course Sequence (Full-Time Enrollment) Please note: A student s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences. First Semester (15 credits) Mcomm 1100 (3) Mcomm 1105 (3) Mptv 1422 (3) Mptv 1220 (3) General Education (3) Second Semester (18 credits) Mptv 1431 (3) Mptv 2422 (3) Mcomm 2100 (3) General Education (6) Third Semester (15 credits) Mptv 1423 (3) Mptv 2231 (3) Mptv 2431 (3) General Education (3) Fourth Semester (16 credits) Mptv 2233 (3) Mptv 2440 (3) General Education (6) Program Elective (4) Mptv Program Elective (3) For more information: If you are considering this program as an area of study, please contact the Liberal Arts-Fine & Applied Arts subdivision office at Program web site: MPTV.AAS.BROADCST 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 10

11 Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 credits At least one course with a laboratory component Mathematics: 3 to 5 credits Select a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above). Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degree program. Only one from the following three courses may count toward overall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 or Sociology Only one of the following courses may count toward overall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits Complete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in the Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category. (Motion Picture Television 1011 in program requirements fulfills this requirement) TOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE 64 to 68 MPTV.AAS.BROADCST 8 COLLEGE OF DUPAGE 11

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