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AUDIO & FILM PRODUCTION / BROADCAST SCREEN PRODUCTION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS)


This add-on honours degree programme, currently known as Audio & Film Production 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?


The production of broadcast quality video and audio material forms the core of this programme. Technical competence is a pre-requisite, as emphasis is placed on higher level production values, as well as the technical and legal frameworks of the broadcast industry. Emphasis is also placed on advanced technical and production skills within the media production environment.


Students will make extensive use of our new state-of-the-art recording studio complex, comprising of 4 full featured recording studios, many editing suites, broadcast studio and audio/video editing laboratories. Students will also have the opportunity to undertake professional pro-tools accredited exams during this programme.


Who is the programme suited to?


This is a Level 8 add-on programme for both the Music Technology and Production programme and the Audio & Video Technology programme. Year 4 Modules:


Audio Production, Video Production, Audio & Video Signal Processing, Introduction to Broadcast Law, and Video Post-Production.


This programme is undergoing programmatic review and will include the following areas of study: Screen Production Management, Soundtrack Audio Post Production, Final Year Project.


Electives: Direction for Screen, AV Event Staging & Management, Advocacy & Activism in Film Production, Introduction to Broadcast Law, Audio & Video Signal Processing.


What can I do after the programme?


On successful completion of the programme, students are expected to be able to understand and apply current and emerging technologies in the field of Audio and Visual Production.


Graduates will have detailed knowledge in the following areas: Audio and Visual production, broadcast and copyright law, signal processing. Music Theory and Practice. Graduates will be able to integrate this knowledge to solve day-to-day audio and video production problems. From project work experience, graduates will be able to apply themselves directly to the area of audio and video production.


Programme following Level 7 Degree A7276


Programme Code Add-on


Programme Level Level 8


Duration 1 year


Minimum Entry Requirements: 1. A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree (Level 7) in a relevant field with an overall average performance of at least 50%


2. An equivalent qualification to a Bachelor Degree (Level 7) with appropriate pre-requisite subjects. 3. A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree (Level 7) with one year suitable and relevant work experience.


Apply directly to LIT - Tel: 061 293262. Email: admissions@lit.ie Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 139 < Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Contact Mr. Simon McGuire, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293445 Email: film8@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/A8276


VideoSoundTechnologyLIT @VideoSoundTech


Graduate Profile


“I am now a senior editor at Sirk productions in Manhattan New York. My job includes two TV series called The Inside Reel, which is where we work directly with directors and actors and talk about their movies, and On The Scene where we meet with top chefs, theatre companies,


orchestras etc., which both go out on PBS and the web. I am also the assistant editor on a new American late night chat show called TuNite.”


Steve O’Carroll, Editor, Sirk Productions, New York


VideoSoundTechnologyLIT @VideoSoundTech


Add-on


Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering


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