Degrees and Transfer Programs

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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. We encourage students to work with a college counselor and a department program advisor to establish an education plan during the first semester of study and to review their education plan each semester. You can find extensive transfer information at www.assist.org and also at the CCSF TRANSFER CENTER.

  
TRANSFER TO SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY

If you plan to transfer to San Francisco State University as a major in Broadcast and Electronic Communications Arts the following courses will transfer as CORE major requirements:

  • BCST 100 - Introduction to Broadcast Electronic Media
  • BCST 120 - Audio Production
  • BCST 124 - Digital Audio Production
  • BCST 140 - Studio Video Production

In addition these courses also transfer to SFSU as general education requirements:

  • BCST 101 - Media Literacy
  • BCST 103 - Mass Media and Society
  • BCST 104 - Race and Media
     

CONVERGENT MEDIA PRODUCTION

Students who complete all requirements for the  Convergent Media Production Certificate and all associates degree education requirements will be eligible for both a certificate and an AA Degree from City College of San Francisco. 

ASSOCIATES IN SCIENCE IN FILM, TELEVISION AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA FOR TRANSFER (AS-T)

The AS-T in Film, Television and Electronic Media offers students a comprehensive lower division program in film, television and electronic media, revolving around a basic core program. The AS-T prepares students for transfer to upper division film, television and electronic media programs at four-year colleges and universities, particularly to California State University (CSU) campuses.
  

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this degree the student will be able to:

  • Describe and analyze the history, issues and impact of film, television and electronic media in a local and global context.
  • Demonstrate media literacy as a key part of the development of critical thinking skills. 
  • Apply introductory analytical and production skills to the design and creation of content for film, television and electronic media with a focus on writing, storytelling, teamwork and leadership in preparation for further study at the university level.
  • Demonstrate film, television and electronic media production and performance craft skills suitable for further development at the university level.
  • Display professionalism and understanding of workforce protocol in communication and behavior.