Digital Media, Journalism & Communication
The Digital Media, Journalism and Communication Division offers students a variety of courses in simulation and gaming, journalism, communication and digital film. As the world of media arts brings together people from different places faster and on smaller devices, you will learn fundamental skills that will prepare you for careers in the fields that create, produce and support these forms of news, entertainment and social connectivity.
Broadcasting and Production Technology
The two year Associate in Applied Science degree in Broadcasting and Production Technology program will provide students with a multi-platform media education, including courses in film and video production and editing, news writing, broadcast sales, social media marketing and entrepreneurship. Students will have the opportunity to take many of their courses at WTVI PBS Charlotte, which serves as a learning lab for CPCC students. The station will also provide a number of access points for Broadcasting and Production Technology students for work based learning. For more information about this new program offering classes in fall 2015, contact Anasa Sinegal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Communication Studies Department offers coursework that tackles communication on a number of levels. From intercultural communication to debate and the relationship between mass media and the public, classes in this area can provide you with the foundation for jobs in diverse industries. Knowing how to effectively communicate is key in any workplace and a specialization in communication studies can demonstrate to employers strong leadership and critical thinking abilities.
Digital Film and Videography students take a series of courses that are vital for work in a number of electronic media industries. In our certificate program, you will learn the practical, technical skills needed to pursue work in filmmaking, broadcasting and general film production. Students will also explore thematic, focused writing as they work at embedding narrative structure into their final products.
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The Simulation and Game Development program provides a broad background for students looking for a career in the gaming and animation industries. You will receive hands-on training in design, 3D modeling, software engineering, database administration and programming for the purpose of creating simulations and games. Instructors also teach courses that focus on the topics of business management and storytelling as they relate to the game industry.