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Bachelor of Science
Communication: Video Production
Students wanting to study video production will be prepared to use video to effectively inform, educate, and entertain a broad spectrum of target audiences.
A Video Production student holds a mic and other equipment while smiling.
Become a Video Storyteller
The video production emphasis prepares students for the real world. Twenty-first-century media is evolving quickly, and video is central to many communication strategies.

Students will be able to:

  • Analyze the creation of video content in professional and ethical ways.
  • Create news pieces, advertisements, factual documentaries, and short narrative films.
  • Plan and create their video products in answer to specific industry requirements.

Video production is a highly competitive field, but there have never been more opportunities for a video to bring solutions to the industry. Students build hard technical skills and understand professional processes and expectations. Simultaneously, they develop soft marketable skills as creative collaborators.
"It feels great to see all the things I’ve learned really pay off. Knowing my worth and the worth of my product and how to interact with clients is invaluable right now. The video emphasis degree has made me ten times more employable!"

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Communication, with an emphasis in Video Production, have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
A cinematographer is the director of photography for high-end commercial video production. Cinematographers are in charge of imaging, lighting, and crafting the look of a film. Graduates choosing this career path often go on to post-graduate studies at film school.
Creative Agency Manager
Creative agency managers oversee and coordinate the production of media products, including video, imaging, copy, and graphic design. Graduates will understand the needs of a broad spectrum of clients and add value to business and organizational objectives.
Video Editor
The editor puts together (cuts) the pictures and sound. Films tend not to be shot in the order in which the story unfolds so that editors might work on scenes from the film's end before the beginning. Their job is to take scenes out of story order and edit them piece by piece into a whole video.
Video Producer
Video producers can work in small and large-scale teams and oversee all aspects of production projects. They manage people, time, budgets, and resources to deliver high-value productions. The video producer is trusted to deliver from planning to shooting, editing, and broadcasting.

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