Audiovisual Arts

Studying Audiovisual Arts

The program prepares students for careers in television and film. Students experience the full process of production, from concept to completion. They go through the three key stages that take place in the production of any film: pre-production (planning), production (filming), and post-production (editing, color-grading, and visual effects). Students have numerous opportunities to learn from international directors who come to give intensive courses at AUT.

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Understand the history of film and the various film genres.
- Show the technical skills and the intellectual depth necessary to make a film .
- Handle the latest equipment.

Career Opportunities

Audiovisual Arts graduates work as screenwriters, camera operators, directors of photography, sound engineers, lighting technicians, film editors, producers, and directors,

Crafting Emotion
110

Credits

To Graduate

General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Core Requirements: 18 Credits
Major Requirements: 39 Credits
Film Emphasis: 24 Credits
Major Elective: 3 Credits
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