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Broadcast Media Technology

Broadcast Media Technology

If you are dreaming of a career in broadcast radio or television, RCC’s Broadcast Media Technology Program (BMT) can connect you to knowledge, skills and job opportunities. This program is designed for students who want to learn the latest in digital editing techniques and use state-of-the-art equipment. As part of this program, students develop, produce and direct a short video project. Other techniques taught include synchronization, audio mixing, lighting, dubbing and special effects production. 

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Course Requirements

Semester One - Fall 2022 Credits
ACS102 The College Experience 3.00
BMT100 Intro to Prod/Directing 3.00
BMT120 Video Techniques 3.00
ENG101 English Comp. I 3.00
SCIELECT Lab Sci Elec See Hrs/Rec 4.00
Semester Two - Spring 2023 Credits
BMT110 Television Production 3.00
ENG102 English Comp. II 3.00
HUMELECT Humanities Electives 3.00
HUMELECT Humanities Electives 3.00
SSIELECT Social Science Electives 3.00
Semester Three - Fall 2023
BMT230 Intro. To Video Editing 3.00
BMT298 BMT Internship I 3.00
ENG251 Journalism I 3.00
MAT103+ Math 103 or above 3.00
SCIELECT Lab Sci Elec See Hrs/Rec 4.00
Semester Four - Spring 2024
BMT210 Adv Tel. Production 3.00
BMT235 Advanced Video Editing 3.00
BMT299 BMT Internship II 3.00
HUMELECT Humanities Electives 3.00
SSIELECT Social Science Electives 3.00
SSIELECT Social Science Electives 3.00
Graduates of this program are positioned to either continue their studies at a four-year school, or join the workforce.  Program graduates have successful careers as camera operators, tape editors, production assistants, editing assistants, and freelance video technicians. Graduates also choose to transfer and obtain four degrees in journalism, design, media production, and other areas. 

MassTransfer - Through the MassTransfer program, your broadcast media technology degree from RCC transfers as two years of completed work towards at Bachelor's degree at most state colleges and universities.  Review the A2B pathways on the MassTransfer website

RCC also has articulation agreements with private universities that allow for seamless transfer to a four-year school upon completion of your broadcast media technology degree at RCC:

Broadcast Media Technology
First Name Last Name Title Department Phone Email Room
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Justin
Petty Professor Broadcast Media Technology 857-701-1102 jpetty@rcc.mass.edu 1-001A
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