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Graduates with an AAS in Filmmaking seeking further training in audio post-production techniques may pursue this certificate. The courses emphasize digital audio production techniques, Foley and ADR techniques, and music sequencing for video and film.
Students wishing for a complete education in film production without the academic courses required by an associate degree should pursue this certificate. All courses in this certificate apply towards the AAS in Filmmaking.
Students prepare for a career in film editing by acquiring hundreds of hours using linear, non-linear video and film editors. The certificate also includes courses in audio post production using computer programs such as Pro Tools. All courses in this certificate apply towards the AAS in Filmmaking.
Students prepare for a career in film production by acquiring hundreds of production hours. Courses include video and 16mm film cinematography, general production and lighting. All courses in this certificate apply towards the AAS in Filmmaking.
Students interested in a career in screenwriting should choose this option since it emphasizes skills used when writing scripts for film and video productions. All courses in this certificate apply towards the AAS in Filmmaking.
The Fire Protection program provides courses leading to an AAS degree in Fire and Arson Investigation Technology. The AAS degree in Fire and Arson Investigation Technology provides advanced training and education in fire and arson investigation techniques and topics. The curriculum includes courses from the Criminal Justice program.
The Fire and Arson Investigator Occupational Skills Award (OSA) provides students work in a public or private organization to investigate fires and determine the cause and origin. It also provides the certification to give credibility to testimony of cause and origin of fires. Students completing the OSA will be able to list possible motives for fire setters and describe the elements of investigation practices.
The Fire Inspector Occupational Skills Award (OSA) provides students with work inspecting buildings and occupancies for fire hazards. It also provides certification for individuals to enforce building and occupancy codes to prevent loss of life and prevent fires. Students completing the OSA should be able to utilize the appropriate codes, list types of construction and occupancy classifications, identify building service equipment, processes and hazards, list different types of fire protection systems, water supply and be able to review blueprints and make corrections that comply with current codes.
The series of three courses provides training required to apply for the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) Fire Instructor I, II, and III certifications.These courses also provide a three-course certification step to becoming a Training Program Manager.
The Fire Officer I certificate is offered to fire fighters who complete the required courses and who reach the level of competency described by NFPA standard 1021. These six courses allow fire fighters to take the Fire Officer I test from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.