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VIDEO & SOUND TECHNOLOGY / BROADCAST SCREEN PRODUCTION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE


Add-on


This add-on degree programme, currently known as Video & Sound Technology is undergoing programmatic review that will be complete by June 2017. As a result, the programme title and modules are subject to change. Please refer to our social media pages for up-to-date information.


What is the programme about?


This programme provides students with an increased level of understanding to become multi-skilled in the operation and maintenance of equipment used in television production and broadcasting. The student’s ability to function as a member of a team is increased by the development, management and implementation of a major event, while a final year project allows the student to showcase their individual abilities.


This programme will move the student forward from a Higher Certificate to levels of proficiency and expertise of the broadcasting industry. Students benefit from state-of-the-art facilities and practical, hands-on experience with industry placement in semester two in their chosen specialisation.


Students will benefit from access to industry-experienced lecturers who give students the thorough, hands-on and personal support they need to make the most of their education and prepare them for employment in the audio visual industry.


Who is the programme suited to? This programme acts as an additional year to the Level 6 Higher Certificate in Video & Sound Technology.


Modules Year 3: Studio & Outside Broadcast Operations; Audio Post Production; Audio & Video Distribution; Programming for Online Media; Final Year Project; plus One Elective (Event Staging & Management or Documentary Film).


This programme is undergoing programmatic review and will include the following areas of study: Multicam Production & Direction, Film Post Production, Soundscape Post Production, VFX Compositing & Portfolio, Screen lighting & Cinematography, Industry Work placement.


What can I do after the programme?


Graduates of this programme have found employment with national broadcasters, outside broadcast companies, independent & public broadcast production studios, Post Production Houses, Radio stations, Sound Studios, Online broadcast facilities and more.


Upon completion students can specialise in the following skills:


• Script, Record, Edit, and Deliver film & audio content for broadcast across a range of screen platforms, Film, Digital TV, Radio, streaming platforms;


• Work in the technical and logistical aspects of recording live events; • Work in the area of post-production media management & dynamic workflows; • Create & manipulate digital imagery for film motion graphics; • Work as part of a production crew in a variety of production projects; • Research and develop audio and visual projects following industry specific briefs


Programme following Level 6 Higher Certificate LC276


Programme Code Add-on


Programme Level Level 7


Duration 1 year


Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


Minimum Entry Requirements: 1. A Higher Certificate (Level 6) in a relevant field. 2. An equivalent qualification to a Higher Certificate (Level 6) with appropriate pre-requisite subjects.


Apply directly to LIT - Tel: 061 293262. Email: admissions@lit.ie FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Contact Nora Ni Fhlatharta, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293839 Email: film@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/A7276


VideoSoundTechnologyLIT @VideoSoundTech


VideoSoundTechnologyLIT @VideoSoundTech


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