AS-T Degree & Certificates

 
All Broadcast Electronic Media Arts courses are credit and degree applicable, and selected courses TRANSFER to the CSU and/or UC systems.  Many students transfer to nearby SAN FRANCISO STATE UNIVERSITY.  Students are encouraged to work with a college counselor and a department program advisor to establish an education plan during the first semester of study. For more information contact the COLLEGE TRANSFER CENTER.

Need some advising? Email smcfarla@ccsf.edu

What Jobs Can I get with a BEMA Certificate?

  • Audio and Video for the Web
    Podcast Series Producer, Blog Publisher, Social Media Writer
  • Multimedia Journalism
    News Reporter, News Producer, Social Media Writer
  • Convergent Media Production
    Mobile video/media/festival producer,  Multimedia Journalist,  Social Media Producer
  • Radio*
    Newswriter, On-air reporter, News producer, Promotions assistant, On air radio personality, Producer, Programming assistant
  • Live Sound*
    Front-of-the House Engineer, Sound Monitor Engineer, Sound Systems Engineer, Sound Installer, Live Sound Engineer
  • Sound Design*
    Production Sound Mixer, Sound Designer, Dialog Editor, Foley Recordist, Music Editing, ADR Recordist, Boom Operator, Project Manager, Sound Effects Editor for Film, TV, Web Serires, Theater, Games and Advertising
  • Sound Recording*
    Assistant Recording Engineer, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Master Engineer
  • Television Production*
    Production Assistant, Floor Manager, Associate Producer, Teleprompter Operator, Camera Operator, Character Generator Operator
  • Video Production and Post*
    Video Editor, Assistant Video Editor, Colorist, Post-Production Operations Assistant, Camera Operator, Associate Producer, Assistant Video Editor
  • Broadcast Motion Graphics*
    Motion Graphics Producer for TV, Internet, Theater and Cinema, TV/Film Editor.
    * To earn this certificate, you must first earn the Foundations in Broadcast Electronic Media Arts certificate.   

  
Check out our Alumni page for some of the folks who've done it. Click here!