An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Television Production will prepare students for an entry-level position in television, production, and media-related fields. The program also provides practical experience through the use of professional equipment in AWC’s TV studio.
AWC provides TV classes and programs on AWC-74, cable channel 74. This is a joint project with NAU Yuma, the City of Yuma, the Yuma Educational Consortium, and Time Warner Cable. AWC-74 programming includes telecourses offered by AWC faculty, courses from other educational institutions, PBS shows, productions, and cablecasts of educationally related subjects, cultural events, and AWC sports.
Graduates of these programs will successfully complete the following learning outcomes:
- Write clearly and concisely
- Research critically, filter the results, and present them in a cogent manner
- Resolve and execute standard pre‐production skills including planning, scripting, budgeting, and crew and equipment selection
- Utilize basic video production equipment correctly, safely, and creatively in various production settings
- Operate postproduction equipment for audio and video editing for distribution on a variety of contemporary and emerging platforms
- Analyze, interpret and exercise critical judgment in the evaluation of media productions
- Utilize ethical and moral responsibility throughout the production process
- Demonstrate a hands‐on ability to perform
- Collaborate and function within a production team