Radio, Television and Film
Available on Northeast Campus Only
As a student in our Radio, Television and Film (RTVF) Program, you have the opportunity to develop your production and performance skills. Our hands-on approach helps you master a skill set or determine which type of media work you most enjoy and want to pursue as a career.
Topics of study include:
- Great works from the past and present in film, radio and television
- Performance, directing and producing techniques
- Digital video production, non-linear video editing and animation
- Scriptwriting, broadcast news writing and production
- Radio operations, audio production and computer-based audio editing
Courses in the RTVF Program are listed under:
- RTVB / RTVF (Radio, Television and Film)
- FLMC (Filmmaking/Cinematography)
- COMM (Communications)
The capstone course for the RTVF A.A.S. degree program is an internship, which enables you to gain practical work experience arranged to suit your interests and career goals.
For the certificate programs, the capstone course focuses on how to start and run your own media business.
See Our Students in Action
Our RTVF students made this video to give you an idea of what you can learn and experience in our Radio, Television and Film Program.
Debra Krebs, Radio, Television and Film Program Advisor
Jerry Zumwalt, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the RTVF Program
Adrian Neely, Instructor of RTVF
Richard Neece, RTVF Instructional Assistant
Updated February 04, 2016