Film Majors! please note:
The name/code for COMM 1000 Foundations of Video and Audio Production has changed to: FILM 1020, Film and Media Production.
Please register for FILM 1020. If you are prompted for a pre-requiste when you try to register, please email the department chair, Sandra Luzzi Sneesby or Luis Paz, Administrative Assistant, who can provide you with an override.
The Communication and Film/Media program prepares students to communicate effectively and ethically across a variety of contexts and platforms. Through practical, hands-on training, students learn to create and present evidence-based research, produce professional quality media and content, and understand mass media’s role in global communication.
- Communicate effectively and ethically, both spoken and written, in a variety of context and across a variety of platforms
- Produce professional quality media that informs, persuades, or inspires an audience
- Create evidence-based research, orally or in written form, using numerical and data analytic displays
Areas of Study
The Communication concentration of CCRI’s associate of arts degree in communication and Film/Media develops students’ abilities to present messages appropriate to the audience, purpose and context. Students will learn to create, examine and analyze messages, engaging in the practical application of journalistic skills such as researching, interviewing, writing and editing.
The Film/Media concentration of CCRI’s associate of arts degree in Communication and Film/Media offers practical training in the foundational skills of video, audio and media production, critical studies, writing and rhetoric. Whether creating content for traditional or new media platforms, students will gain an understanding of how to craft and communicate a message from pre-production through post-production.
- New Media Production Certificate
- New Media Post Production Certificate
- New Media Media Studies Certificate
- New Media Media Communication Certificate