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Electronic Media Broadcasting (EMB) - Associate in Applied Arts


Program Code: AAA.15340

The Delta College Electronic Media/Broadcasting program provides students with a broad range of traditional classroom and laboratory learning opportunities as well as hands on experience. The EMB curriculum is designed to provide well balanced instruction in the fields of broadcasting and multimedia production. Beginning with an exploration of the history of radio and television, students then study audio and video production, through which students will gain hands on experience in laboratory and real time operating conditions. The EMB program then concentrates on the growing and ever-changing fields of digital media productions and their practical applications. Students will utilize television production studios and computer labs to produce individual and group productions. The EMB program also offers students a chance to acquire professional experience while in school through internships with commercial radio and TV stations as well as practicum credit through WDCQ-TV/WDCP-TV and WUCX-FM, Delta College's Quality Public Television and Radio stations. Successful completion of the Electronic Media/Broadcasting program will provide students with the fundamental information and experience necessary for entry level positions in communication and information industries. The EMB degree will also provide a strong foundation for a student's further pursuit of a related undergraduate degree. Discussion regarding the best order for you to schedule the courses should be made with a Delta Electronic Media Broadcasting counselor. Check course descriptions for prerequisites. You must complete all required courses in this program.

General Education Requirements

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
COM 112W3Fundamentals of Oral Communication ______________
ENG ---3/5Any Approved College Composition I Course AND ______________
ENG ---3/5Any Approved College Composition II Course ______________
ENG 1153Mass Media ______________
ECN 221W4Principles of Macroeconomics ______________
LW ---1Any 1 Credit LW Course (As of fall 2007) ______________
AND ______________
LWA ---1Any 1 Credit LWA Course ______________
OR ______________
LW ---(2)Any 2 Credit LW Course (As of fall 2007) ______________
PHL 205W3Media Ethics & Law ______________
POL ---3/4Any Approved American Government Requirement ______________
24/29Subtotal

Basic Program Requirements

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
EMB 1403Electronic Media History ______________
EMB 1513Media Production I ______________
EMB 1522Studio Productions ______________
EMB 1533Broadcast Performance ______________
EMB 1542Peripheral Multimedia Applications ______________
EMB 1554Media Production II ______________
______________
EMB 211W3Writing for Broadcast & New Media OR ______________
ENG 116(3)News Writing ______________
______________
EMB 2273Broadcast Sales OR ______________
MGT 143(3)Principles of Advertising ______________
______________
EMB 255W4Media Production III ______________
EMB ---1/3Any Approved EMB Practicum or Internship ______________
28/30Subtotal

Approved EMB Practicums/Internships/Electives

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
EMB 1312Visual Graphic Presentation Applications ______________
EMB 141W2Fundamentals of Audio Production ______________
EMB 1612Podcasting, Online, and Mobile Media ______________
EMB 1642Digital Imaging for Video Editors ______________
EMB 175W3Genres in Film History ______________
EMB 2522Studio Productions II ______________
EMB 2793Advanced Post Production ______________
EMB 2811Electronic Media Broadcasting Internship I ______________
EMB 2822Electronic Media Broadcasting Internship II ______________
EMB 2833Electronic Media Broadcasting Internship III ______________
EMB 2842Producing for Public Broadcasting TV ______________
EMB 2852Directing for Public Broadcasting TV ______________
PHL 225W3Philosophy and Film ______________
3/10



62Total Credits Required For Associates Degree


Notes

1 - Based on available facilities and equipment, this program is considered a “limited” enrollment program.
2 - If you are planning to transfer, please work closely with the Program Counselor.
3 - You must complete the prerequisite course EMB 155 before enrolling in EMB 279.



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