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Teleproduction Technology

The Teleproduction Technology Diploma program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in digital video productions, commercial, cable and public broadcasting. The program is hands-on using state-of-the-art technology and tools.

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AAS Degree-Gen Tech-Teleproduction Technology

The Associate in Applied Science Degree in General Technology/Teleproduction Technology, is designed to prepare students in the basics of digital video and sound editing, camera operations, field production, studio production, and digital photography plus a second specialty area that is based on local employment needs. The General Technology program in Teleproduction allows a student to select additional courses to gain skills beyond the Teleproduction diploma to become multi-skilled employee. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions as editors, videographers, studio and on-location camera operators, photographers, sound technicians and production assistants in professional digital video productions, corporate, sports, commercial, cable and public broadcasting. The program is hands-on, using professional industry standards and the state-of-the-art technology and tools. Students produce a wide variety of video and audio projects during the year. Graduates can secure employment in the Charlotte area by working for a production company or a broadcast station. Graduates may also pursue freelance work. The secondary technical specialty is a minimum of 12 semester hour credits from an approved degree/diploma, or a technical education certificate program that is currently offered at the College, or mix of credits awarded for coursework from any program, military training, experiential learning, and/or testing.

Complete ECO-101
Complete ENG-155 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete HSS-205
Complete MAT-155 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete PSY-105
Take 21 credits; From courses CGC-115 MAP-101 MAP-122 MAP-150 MAP-226 MAP-128 MAP-240;
Complete 12 credits (Minimum Grade C) From courses AOT-105 AOT-165 AOT-167 AOT-265 ARV-110 ARV-121 ARV-123 ARV-205 ARV-210 ARV-212 ARV-219 ARV-222 ARV-223 ARV-227 ARV-281 CGC-226 CGC-278 CPT-101 CPT-168 CPT-170 CPT-257 CPT-270;
Complete COL-101
Complete 11 credits (Minimum Grade C) ART-101 BAF-101 BUS-101 BUS-121 BUS-123 ECO-210 ECO-211 ENG-101 ENG-102 ENG-160 HIS-101 HIS-102 HIS-201 HIS-202 JOU-101 MAT-101 MAT-102 MAT-110 MAT-111 MGT-101 MKT-101 MKT-130 MKT-140 MUS-105 PSC-201 PSC-215 PSC-220 PSY-201 PSY-203 PSY-212 SOC-101 SPA-101 SPA-102 SPA-201 SPC-205 THE-101

There are no special admission requirements for programs in Teleproduction Technology.

Required Tools

All students are required to have his/her own tools.

Tools Needed:

  • A digital SLR camera
  • A digital voice recorder
  • Flash Drives and Memory Cards

Useful Links

Program Standards for Teleproduction Technology (PDF)
Department Page

DAS (Diploma) Teleproduction Technology

The Teleproduction Technology Diploma program is designed to prepare students in the basics of digital video and sound editing, camera operations, field production, studio production, and digital photography. Teleproduction Technology is a three-semester program that begins every fall and continues through spring and summer semesters. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions as editors, videographers, studio and on-location camera operators, photographers, sound technicians and production assistants in professional digital video productions, corporate, sports, commercial, cable and public broadcasting. The program is hands-on, using professional industry standards and the state-of-the-art technology and tools. Students produce a wide variety of video and audio projects during the year. Graduates can secure employment in the Charlotte area by working for a production company or a broadcast station. Graduates may also pursue freelance work. Students who wish to continue their education in Teleproduction Technology beyond this diploma may also pursue an Associate of Science Degree in General Technology with a major in Teleproduction Technology. (AAS.GT.GTTPT).

Complete ECO-101 or PSY-105
Complete ENG-155 (minimum grade C)
Complete HSS-205
Complete MAT-155 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-101 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-122 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-150 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-226 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete COL-101
Complete CGC-115 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-128 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-240 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete MAP-275
Complete MAP-276
Complete MAP-277
Complete MAP-269 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete 1 Elective (Minimum 3 credits)

There are no special admission requirements for programs in Teleproduction Technology.

Required Tools

All students are required to have his/her own tools.

Tools Needed:

  • A digital SLR camera
  • A digital voice recorder
  • Flash Drives and Memory Cards

Useful Links

Program Standards for Teleproduction Technology (PDF)
Department Page

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Teleproduction Technology
Shahram Mazhari
Department Chair
ST Building, Room 132
Phone: (803) 327-8034