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I graduated from SOU with a BA in video production in 2012. I now live in Los Angeles and work in the enterainment industry and have some perspective on my experience there.

The program WILL give you the solid fundamentals of video production that are universal. They teach Final Cut Pro (now I think they also have Adobe Premier) they give you the fundamentals of camera operating, sound, lighting, even writing for the screen and you can check out equipment when you want (provided it's available)

But it is up to you to make the most of these tools, that's where the real learning happens. Alot of things about working on a professional set they wont teach you, but neither will any of the other schools. I've met many kids who went to USC, UCLA, LMU, the "ivy leagues" of film schools and the knowledge base was comparable, but still far away from working in a professional. That type of stuff you can only learn by working on sets and interning on films is something I highly recommend.

And for the record, yes I personally know of several SOU alumns who are "making it" in LA, but these people are very motivated and have to the means to live in LA, which is no cake walk.

Put simply, you get what you put into it. Howard Schreiber is a great instructor and has the patience to personally help you with you projects. The best advice I could give you is create an impressive demo reel (you'll need one when applying for production jobs) and if you can own any equipment such as a camera or editing software, it will make finding work easier.

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Starting Job: Production Assistant; Preparedness: F Reputation: B+
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Excellent English Faculty. I enjoyed all but one class and learned very much.
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Starting Job: taught various college writing and lit classes; Preparedness: A Reputation: B
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HNU was a great place to learn with the small class sizes and brilliant faculty. I had financial aid and had to work on campus. I had various campus jobs throughout the years, but all were fun and helped me hone my work ethic. I did well academically in part by the involvement of my professors. Living in the dorms was enjoyable. I recommend living in Durocher Hall with its great views. I made friendships that I still have today, some 18+years. My advice on attending HNU, be involved in every aspect of your course planning, financial aid, living arrangements as only you can determine what pace you want to learn or how much you can spend or how you want to live while at school. Because if you leave it up to anyone else you will be disappointed and unhappy with your experience at HNU. Same goes at any college or university. Don't expect the system to take care of you or understand what you need when you don't speak up. Taking a direct approach, a proactive approach worked best for me at HNU. I made it work for me at my pace and with that tuition for god's sake I had to succeed and graduate. So I did class of 1997. I'm proud of my education from HNU and recommend this school to anyone wanting a solid education. Thx
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