THe pros of receiving an Associate of Arts degree in Video Production were multiple skills, professional hands on experience, and most importantly the networking. The cons of my graduate degree would have to the the cost compared to the percentage of work you get booked for. The cost outweighs the jobs you are eligible for. This associate degree in Video production is basically a way to get your toes wet and you interested in learning more. I feel like This program has covered all the basics but not enough to impress employers. So that is way I am a re curring student I plan to begin my Bachelors degree in Digital Film this July 8 2013. If im going to learn why not learn it all.
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