FVP has a clearly defined plan for assessing effective academic advising to prospective, current, and transferring students.
Recommendations for advising are included in SoC new faculty handbook and mentoring handbook. Effectiveness of advising is not currently formally assessed.
90% of FVP students report that their internship helped them be more prepared to enter their profession.
2014 FVP Internship Coordinators report: 83%
At least two international study and/or internship opportunities specific to FVP students are regularly available and publicized.
FVP provides a pipeline for students from selected high schools and/or vocational schools to enter the major through course equivalencies for CFV 125 Media Production I.
Currently there is no equivalency for high school credit for CFV 125 Media Production I.
FVP involves students in local, regional, and national competitions, festivals, events, and/or conferences.
No formal program is in place to encourage or track this. New initiative.
The FVP program offers an FVP minor.
FVP offers courses in the interdisciplinary Digital Studies and Digital Arts & Media minors.
Digital Studies minor and Digital Arts minor are being proposed and developed in 2015-2016.
The Film & Video Production major program offers its students state-of-the-art equipment to support the time-consuming and system-intensive workflow of large file size footage and rendering that comes with 3D animation and higher-end cameras being added to our curriculum.
Current configuration in the HD editing suites.
One SoC technical staff member is an Adobe Certified Expert in Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software.
No staff member is currently certified.
Film & Video Production will have a trained Inclusion Advocate faculty member.
No faculty members are currently an Inclusion Advocate.
The Film & Video Production major faculty members prepare a Prospectus and New Program Proposal, as according to Section 2.04. I.3. in the Faculty Handbook.
Currently the Film & Video Production major is part of the School of Communications (SoC). As the SoC restructures itself, the FVP faculty will continue to study the feasibility and benefits of autonomy vs. remaining in the SoC within the revised structure.
100% of Film and Video Production students complete a capstone research project that demonstrates expertise in their discipline and addresses an issue relevant to the student and the community.
FVP attains career data on 40% of major program alumni.
Film & Video Production investigates opportunities for shared facilities/exhibit space in downtown campus to expand teaching/learning opportunities and forge collaborations with local area communities of interest.
Currently no downtown Grand Rapids facilities are assigned for FVP or SoC use.
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