Producing

Producers see it all. They understand that creating isn’t always easy. Ideas can’t come to life if they are barred by inadequate funds, improper settings, and legal rights. Producers keep their heads out of the clouds long enough to see the real world barriers that can keep a project on the ground for good. A student who studies producing will explore film from an in-depth business perspective, clearing the way for creative freedom.

What You'll Learn:

  • Use the terminology and practices of the film, TV and emerging media industries.
  • Navigate through those industries.
  • Communicate with department heads and crew and be a strong producer whose can articulate a vision.
  • Budget a feature film or TV project.
  • Run a film and/or TV set.
  • Identify potential legal issues related to film and TV production and distribution.
  • Option material for potential visual execution.
  • Pitch a property for potential visual execution.
  • Critically analyze and assess properties for their literary value.
  • Market, publicize, and promote a project in the entertainment industries. 

ADDITIONALLY, C-TV MAJORS WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Demonstrate an ability to produce a weekly multi-camera TV series.
  • Lead a team through a multi-camera production.

 

Practice Like a Professional

If you want to be a professional you have to practice with professional grade equipment. At CCH we have it all, from our state of the art soundstages to the Red One MX Camera, you’ll have everything you need to succeed.

What Our Students Have Produced:

Interested in what you might create? At CCH we give our students countless opportunities to show their skills. Check out some of their work below. 

Turn Your Passion Into a Career

Technical Skill + Business Know-How + A Crazy Creative Mind = One Good Looking Future. We want to help you turn  your passion for producing into more than just a hobby, we want you to live it day in and day out. Because doing what you love isn’t a want, it’s a necessity.

Career Opportunities:

  • Accounting Assistant
  • Agency Assistant
  • Assistant to Producer
  • Associate Producer
  • Casting Coordinator
  • Casting Director Assistant
  • Celebrity Booker
  • Consulting Producer
  • Distributor
  • Executive Producer
  • Line Producer
  • Marketing Executive
  • News Producer
  • PA - Office
  • Production Accountant
  • Show Runner
  • Story Producer
  • Television Producer
  • Unit Manager

Who You’ll Learn From:

CCH is a college made by the industry for the industry. That is why we hire industry professionals to teach you everything you need to know. Take a look at who might be teaching you.

Nicole Jefferson Asher Nicole Jefferson Asher Writer, director, and producer for networks such as HBO, Discovery Kids, and Nickelodeon.
Chris Cathcart Chris Cathcart Among many other networks and enterprises, Associate Professor Cathcart has worked as the Public Relations Manager for CNN and Warner Bros. TV.
Keith Coene Keith Coene Has worked as a producer for major networks such as ABC, TLC, and the History Channel.
Gordon Firemark Gordon Firemark An entertainment lawyer with 30+ years of experience, Instructor Firemark knows all of the ins and outs of industry law.
Brenda Friend Brenda Friend Executive Producer and CEO for Beantown Films, a company that has worked with the Hallmark Channel, TNT, and Fox TV Studios.
Hank Grover Hank Grover Instructor Grover’s work has been seen on the CW, Fox, and Ion.

What It’ll Cost:

We know that the price of college can be a huge concern when applying; it’s no small investment. So take a look at our pricing, financial aid options, and scholarship opportunities. We are committed to helping you get on a path to success.

Full-Time Part-Time
Tuition $20,505.00 $13,050.00
Production Insurance $495.00 $495.00
Student Activity Fee $105.00 $105.00
Average Course Fees $675.00 $450.00
Annual Tuition and Fees $21,780.00 $14,100.00