Television. Radio. Video. Internet. Electronic Media. Visual storytelling using audio and visual mass communication has never been in greater demand. In the Broadcasting sequence, students learn to craft stories that engage and inform.
What Can You Do With A Broadcasting Degree?
- Radio and Television Reporting
- News Producer (manages the show's content)
- Digital Media Specialist (creates online content, updates social media)
- Production (runs cameras, directs shows, creates promos)
- Radio Producer/DJ
- Sports Broadcaster (play-by-play)
Courses In The Major
- COMM 2311 - Writing for Mass Media
- COMM 3315 - Communication Theory
- COMM 3300 - Communication Technology
- COMM 3310 - Communication Law and Ethics
- BCMN 2360 - Introduction to Broadcasting
- BCMN 2358 - Television Production
- BCMN 2357 - Radio Production
- BCMN 3319 - Broadcast Management
- BCMN 3340 - Electronic News
- BCMN 3350 - Television Reporting
- BCMN 3355 - Broadcast Announcing
- BCMN 3360 - Sports Reporting
- BCMN 3380 - Podcast Production
- BCMN 4322 - Corporate Video Production
- BCMN 4350 - Advanced Television Reporting
You can find the official link to all Communication and Broadcasting courses in the University Catalog.
Internships and Opportunities
We encourage all eligible students to do an internship while a Broadcasting student. Upon reaching upper division status, our students have interned at all of the major television stations in the area, at production houses and in corporations.