The Lighting Technician Certificate is designed to prepare the student for occupational competency as a Lighting Technician in educational, community and resident theatre venues as well as theme parks, television and motion picture studios. This certificate program requires a total of 28-29 units of which 23 units are in required courses. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Outcome 1: Identify and explain the documentation required to implement the lighting for a theatrical production. Outcome 2: Operate and evaluate theatrical lighting equipment by participating in the practices of hanging, circuiting and focusing for actual productions. Outcome 3: Identify, explain and evaluate the safe operation of lighting equipment associated with theatrical productions. Outcome 4: Identify, relate and explain the processes inherent in the theatrical lighting design process. Outcome 5: Identify, describe and define terminology commonly associated with theatrical lighting. Outcome 6: Analyze and evaluate the lighting requirements of a play or musical.
Required production courses:
DISCLAIMER: Data on this page was extracted from the official college catalog on 09/23/2016 and is subject to change. Any student interested in matriculating through the certificate program should cross reference the data found on this page against the official catalog and/or meet with a campus counselor.