Video Production

Newly AddedAssociate Degree

The Video Production Associate Degree program provides a comprehensive overview of the equipment, concepts and techniques needed to design, produce and edit effective professional video products and introduces the primary tools needed for the creation of 2D and 3D animation projects. Specific areas covered in the program include pre-production processes: story development, scripting, storyboarding, scheduling and budgeting; production techniques: camera operation, lighting, interviewing, audio recording; and post-production workflow: capturing, editing, motion-graphics, sound design, rendering, outputting and publishing. The program focuses on providing students with the hands-on technical skills necessary to create professional video products and to work in a variety of audio-visual media production and post-production capacities. Potential occupations include: Independent Video Professional, Video Producer, Documentary Filmmaker, Video Editor, Sound Recordist, Post-Production Supervisor, Freelance Videographer, Camera Operator, Production Assistant, Motion Graphics Designer, Animator, Creative Director, Video Archivist, Media Manager, Video Technician.

program at a Glance

Video Production 64 Credit Associate Degree

Formats Offered

On-Campus Availability

  • Wausau Fully Available
  • Antigo General Studies Only
  • Medford General Studies Only
  • Phillips General Studies Only
  • Spencer General Studies Only
  • Wittenberg General Studies Only

Approximate Cost

$11,493 (Tuition: $9690, Books: $1803)

Average Starting Salary

$24,960 Based on Economic Modeling Specialists International and employer survey data.

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program Outcomes

  • Demonstrate effective storytelling principles in created projects
  • Utilize professional video production equipment and post-production software
  • Perform advanced editing techniques in the completion of professional videos
  • Execute a video project from pre-production through post-production
  • Create basic 2D, 3D and text-based animations
  • Publish short video documents to DVD and the Internet
  • Create effective Narrative, Commercial, Instructional and Documentary Video products

Potential Careers

  • Independent Video Professional
  • Video Producer
  • Documentary Filmmaker
  • Video Editor
  • Sound Recordist
  • Post-Production Supervisor
  • Freelance Videographer
  • Camera Operator
  • Production Assistant
  • Motion Graphics Designer
  • Animator
  • Creative Director
  • Video Archivist
  • Media Manager
  • Video Technician

Course List

To view the amount of credits or descriptions for the courses required within this program please view the course list.

Course List

Additional program Information

For more information on the Video Production Associate Degree Program, courses offered in the program, equipment needed for classes and other resources associated with Video Production, click the link below to navigate to the Video Production Program website!

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Transfer Opportunities

Credits earned at NTC may transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Visit www.ntc.edu/transfer for a complete listing of transfer opportunities for this program.

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