Associate of Arts Degree
The film program is all about hands-on production skills combined with film theory. Make films and learn technical skills in cinematography, screenwriting, directing, producing and non-linear editing. With state of the art equipment, CWC provides an educational opportunity that is a cut above the rest. Explore the history of narrative, documentary and avant-garde film making while learning essential values of critique and visual aesthetics.
|Introduction to Film||3|
|Film Production I||4|
|Film Screenwriting I||3|
|Film Production II||3|
|Directing for Film||3|
Students are required take 9 credits from the following program electives:
|B&W Film Photography I||3|
|B&W Film Photography II||3|
|Digital Photography I||3|
|Digital Photography II||3|
|Legends and Lore||3|
|Film Screenwriting II||3|
|Intro to Mass Media||3|
|Video Field Production||3|
|Managing Career Development||3|
|Introduction to Philosophy||3|
|Theatrical Backgrounds Drama I||3|
|Rehearsal and Performance||1|
|Writing Level I||3|
|Writing Level II||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
Dylan earned 3 degrees: film, communication and radio broadcasting.
I would like to find a job in communications and hopefully with my degrees I will be more marketable.”
Work with RED cinema cameras
Work with state-of-the-art equipment and shoot film the first day of class!
Meet your professor
For Jeremy Nielsen, the film program at Central Wyoming College is all about making movies and he puts cameras into the hands of his students the first day. CWC is the only college in Wyoming that has a film program.