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Audio Engineering

AUDIO ENGINEERING

This program combines both art and science in a field that requires specialized technical knowledge. Students will be guided through the process of capturing sound (audio) and storing it in both the digital and analog mediums for reproduction. Students will learn recording technology through classroom instruction and application of these techniques using professional recording equipment at the school’s multiple studio recording facility. The program will be taught by professionals from the recording industry through real recording sessions with artists from many musical genres including commercials and voice over production. Curriculum content will cover the following: multimedia production, physics of sound, acoustics, multi-track recording/digital audio technology, Pro Tools-Digital Audio Workstations and musical instrument technology, design and application of microphones, computer digital editing and mastering, the audio production console, signal processors, audio for visual production and post production, the music business and sound reinforcement (concert sound).

2 YEAR / 900 HOURS / GPAA

An articulation agreement with Ocean County College has been established to provide students with an opportunity to earn advanced college credit upon successful completion of this program.

Design & Visual Communications

DESIGN & VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS

The Design and Visual Communications (DVC) Career Cluster provides students interested in Photography, Multimedia and Printing a hands-on environment to create designs for advertising, marketing and entertainment. It emphasizes preparation for both immediate employment upon course completion, as well as continuing education on the collegiate level. The DVC Program offers an Adobe Certified Associates certificate in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and Premier. The DVC Program consists of eleven different courses. These courses consist of both conventional and digital skill competencies to assure graduates are competitive in a wide variety of design and visual communication careers, including Professional Photographer, Animator, Game Designer, Illustrator, Screen-Printer, Web Designer, or Videographer.

The Multimedia Component emphasizes the creation of digital art for print, video and electronic media. This component of the program includes courses in: Image Manipulation, Vector Art, 2D Animation, Interactive Design, Web Design, Video production and 3D Printing. This component offers classes in the Adobe Certified Associate for Illustrator and Premier.

The Photography Component covers the techniques of traditional and digital photography highlighting skills required in advertising, portraiture, multimedia, commercial and fine art. This component of the program includes courses in: Digital Photography, Studio Lighting, Commercial and Multimedia Photography. This component offers classes in the Adobe Certified Associate for Photoshop.

The Digital Reproduction Component emphasizes the use of current technologies in both conventional printing and digital reproduction. This component of the program includes courses in: Design and Reproduction, Screen Printing, and Production Graphics. This component offers classes in the Adobe Certified Associate for InDesign.

Students who have graduated from high school have the option to attend the Design and Visual Communication Program full-time, two sessions per day, for an intensive completion of the program in a single year.

2 YEAR / 900 HOURS / BRICK

Fashion Design/Merchandising

FASHION DESIGN /MERCHANDISING

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a part of the exciting fashion industry? Well, here at OCVTS you can find out. Students will explore and develop skills in the areas of Fashion Design, Merchandising, Marketing, Retail, and more! They will learn sewing basics, garment construction, design concepts, fashion illustration, fashion terminology, trend research, buying concepts, advertising, visual display, and textile science taught through hands-on experiences utilizing industry tools and off-campus activities with professional industry partners. Students will also have the opportunity to showcase their skills and knowledge through participation in conferences and competitions as members of FCCLA, a national youth leadership organization. Students will be provided exposure to a variety of colleges offering fashion programs during the course of this 2-year program. They will also create a portfolio of work highlighting the skills they have learned, which will be a valuable asset in the college application process. Recommended Skills: Familiarity with Google and Microsoft applications. Knowledge of basic math skills. Good communication skills, both verbal and written. Experience with sewing and drawing basics is a plus.

2 YEAR / 900 HOURS / BRICK

Articulation agreement with Brookdale Community College and LIM College have been established to provide students with an opportunity to earn advanced college credit towards a Fashion degree, upon successfully meeting the requirements of these agreements.

COURSE OF STUDY

APPLIED ARTS

Audio Engineering; Fashion Design/Merchandising; Design & Visual Communications: Multimedia; Photography; Digital Reproduction

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Diesel Service Technicians / Mechanics: Median Pay:$50,200, Highest 10% more than $76,460

GOOD PAY
GREAT JOB OUTLOOK
HIGH JOB SATISFACTION

Diesel Service Technicians / Mechanics: Median Pay:$50,200, Highest 10% more than $76,460

GOOD PAY
GREAT JOB OUTLOOK
HIGH JOB SATISFACTION

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