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Broadcasting and Media Production

Requirements for the Major

Broadcasting and Media Production and Supporting Courses:

BC 251 Single-Camera Video Production
BC 253 Mass Communications
BC 311 Broadcast Journalism
BC 601 Capstone I
BC 602 Capstone II
COM 230 Social Media and Web Planning
PR 112 Digital Photography + Imaging

Plus, one of the following:

BC 101 Radio and TV Fundamentals
BS 102 Audio Production

Plus, one of the following:

BC 111 Writing for Electronic Media
PR 102 Writing for Media

Plus, one of the following:

COM 151 Voice and Diction
PR 110 Design Principles + Practices

And an additional 16 semester hours of broadcasting and media production (BC) electives. Only four of these 16 semester hours may be earned by completing internships (BC 590)

All broadcast and digital communication majors are required to pass a comprehensive practical and written exam prior to enrolling in senior studies, BC 601 and 602. This exam is administered each January and may be taken after the completion of BC 101 or 102, 111, 251, and 253.


What can you do with a Broadcasting and Media Production degree?

Imagine yourself as a multimedia storyteller, broadcast journalist, radio talent or management, a media sales representative, videographer, television producer, digital content manager, or video production assistant.