B.S. Entertainment Production - Audio/Visual Engineering

ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION B.S. Degree Program within NESCom
The Entertainment Production degree program is designed to educate students for career opportunities that exist in the many fields of the live entertainment industry. The curriculum focuses on professional design, technology and management skills that are needed "behind the scenes", rather than on performance.
The EP program consists of two concentrations focused on training students in the theatrical and audio/visual technologies that are used throughout the live entertainment industry.  

AUDIO / VISUAL ENGINEERING Concentration
The Audio / Visual Engineering concentration is designed to train specialists who are skilled in the principles, technologies, operations and maintenance of audio and video equipment as used in the live entertainment industry.  

General Education Requirements
CM 100Speech3
CM 221Professional Communications3
EH 123Rhetoric and Composition I3
EH 124Rhetoric and Composition II3
EH 200Approaches to Literature3
HE 111The Husson Experience ***1
MC 236History of Mass Communications3
MC 400Ethics in Media3
MS 132Probability and Statistics3
MS 141Contemporary College Algebra4
PY 111General Psychology3
Experiential Learning Elective 3
Foreign Culture & Conversation Elective 3
Fine Arts Elective 3
Global Perspective Elective 3
Lab Science Elective 3-4
NESCom Core Classes
IT 121Computer Applications for Digital Media3
CT 245Photography I3
MC 101Introduction to Media3
MC 301Career Preparation1
MC 406Media Law and Regulation3
EP CORE CLASSES
CT 206Intro to Live Sound Technology3
EP 112Stagecraft Practicum * This class is taken twice2
EP 118Entertainment Safety 3
EP 122Entertainment Design & Technology I 3
EP 131Fundamentals of Stage Lighting3
EP 221Computer Aided Drafting/3D Visualization3
EP 310Business of Theatre3
EP - AUDIO / VISUAL ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION COURSES
CT 100Intro to Video Production3
CT 110Audio Technology I3
CT 251Sound Reinforcement Techniques I 3
CT 337Sound Reinforcement Techniques II 3
EP 250Media Design & Technology3
EP 250LMedia Design & Technology Lab2
EP 350Audio/Visual Engineering I3
EP 450Audio/Visual Engineering II3
IT 331Networking3
MC/CT/EP/IT CAREER ELECTIVES (CHOOSE 5)15
Video Production I
Pro Tools I
Video Compositing & Motion Graphics
Applications of Live Sound Technology
Video Compositing and Motion Graphics II
Speaker Systems: Design & Optimization
Media Performance
Advanced Stage Lighting
Musical Theatre Performance
Topics
Theatre Management Practicum
Design and Technical Practicum
Theatre Management Practicum II
Design and Technical Practicum II
Total Hours121-122
Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
EH 1233CT 1003
EP 1183EH 1243
EP 1223CM 2213
HE 111***1MC 2363
IT 1213MS 1414
MC 1013 
 16 16
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CT 1103CM 1003
CT 2063EP 2213
EH 2003EP 2503
EP 1121EP 250L2
EP 1313PY 1113
MS 1323 
 16 14
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
CT 2513CT 2453
IT 3313EP 1121
Experiential Learning Elective 3EP 3503
Foreign Cult. & Conv. Elect3Global Perspetive Elective3
MC/CT/EP/IT/CJ/BA Elective3Lab Science Elective3-4
 15 13-14
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
CT 3373EP 4503
EP 3103MC 4063
MC 3011Fine Arts Elective3
MC 4003MC/CT/EP/IT/CJ/BA Elective3
MC/CT/EP/IT/CJ/BA Elective3MC/CT/EP/IT/CJ/BA Elective3
MC/CT/EP/IT/CJ/BA Elective3 
 16 15
Total Hours: 121-122