What can you learn at The Art Institute of Dallas? Video Production faculty members at The Art Institute of Dallas are professionals experienced in the field of video production. As a student in the associate?s degree program in Video Production, these professionals will offer you the skills you need to pursue employment after graduation, including business fundamentals, standard industry equipment knowledge, and location scouting. Your curriculum will start with basic classes in location production, then move on to lighting skills, camera operations, digital video, multimedia technology, and scriptwriting. You will also have the opportunity to learn how to record audio and how to properly utilize microphone equipment and acoustics. As graduation nears, you will receive guidance on assembling a professional portfolio containing a demo reel of your best work - one of the most important tools that you have to impress potential employers!
The purpose of the Video Production program is to offer a learning-centered, market-driven curriculum that encourages students to develop their individual talents and to achieve success in a collaborative environment. Taught by industry professionals, this competency-based program emphasizes the production process from inception through completion. The competencies, which are measured at both the individual course and program levels, are designed to prepare graduates to pursue job entry, career advancement, and ultimately, specialization within the fields of audio for video, broadcast television, and non-broadcast communications.
The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Video Production is designed to prepare students with the life skills and technical background to seek entry-level positions such as production assistant, assistant to an editor, or camera operator.