Social Sciences & Communications
Graduate Student Profile
BC Filmmaking, Video and Multimedia
After completing their academic degree, students will:
- Know the techniques and materials available to connect efficiently with diverse social groups.
- Know the form as well as the visual perspective of dynamic production to express clear and defined concepts of film, video, and multimedia.
- Apply the knowledge acquired and its relevance to advertising campaigns.
- Know and be familiar with audiovisual media.
- Know the principles of image animation.
- Know the different types of techniques used in editing, directing and identifying video and/or multimedia film exercises, as well as those concerned with sound and special effects.
- Identify and demonstrate their ability to use basic concepts regarding composition, color, balance, and visual communication.
- Produce computer projects using programs related to managing original images or those created with the computer.
- Be familiar with the history and evolution of visual communication since the beginning of civilization.
- Understand the organizational structures of film, video, and multimedia industries in Puerto Rico and internationally, as well as its effects on visual media.
- Capture still or moving images with digital cameras and/or videos and trackers for design reproduction.
- Explore the different forms of interactive visual publications, as well as its traditional expressions (film and television).
- Use the computer to manipulate objects and three-dimensional animation, as well as for editing and visual production.
- Use the meaning, that is, communication as a technique, as an essential instrument of his/her film, video, graphic and/or multimedia imagination.