Entry Level Multimedia Journalist

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Career Pathway Certificate

The Entry Level Multimedia Journalist certificate prepares students for entry level positions in the field of multimedia and journalism. Students attain knowledge and learn skills to seek careers in creative and support professions related to multimedia and broadcast journalism, such as visual and audio editing, multimedia production, post produc­tion, weblog and podcast writing and production, broad­cast reporting and electronic news gathering.

Program Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this certificate should be qualified for entry-level positions such as audio and video equipment technicians; broadcast technician; camera operators; film/video editor; media and commu­nication equipment workers; media and communica­tion workers; or multimedia artists and animators. Skills developed in this certificate program should enhance the worker’s employability and advancement potential.

Careers

Career opportunities include work in radio, television stations, motion picture industry, as well as advertising and promotions.

For information contact Andy Mingo, 503-594-3264 or andym@clackamas.edu.
 

Curriculum

Entry Level Multimedia Journalist: Career Pathway Certificate

 Fall TermCredits

 DMC-100Introduction to Media Arts3

DMC-104 Digital Video Editing 4

J-216 Reporting 4

J-220 Broadcast Journalism 4

Winer Term Credits

COMM-100 Speech Communications or PSY-101 Human Relations 3

J-230 Multimedia Recording 4

WR-121 English Composition 4

Spring TermCredits

 BA-146Entertainment Law & New Media 3

DMC-190 DMC Portfolio Project I 1

J-211 Mass Media & Society 4

J-222 Advanced Broadcast Journalism 4

 Credits required for certificate38

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