- Participation as a new student at the beginning level
- Projects for community organizations
- Live public affairs and newscasts
- Events coverage
- Live music programming
- Cooperative projects with other media
- Live sports announcing and producing
Important: Media scholarships are available for incoming students!
Academic credit is available for working on broadcast projects.
The Jim Kokesh Scholarship and Dr. Mabel Gray Newburn Scholarship are awarded to outstanding students in the sophomore and junior classes.
Program of Study
While the 39/54-hour program includes the professional and practical elements necessary for success in the field, good professionals do more than just produce content, but also continually strive to master a primary content area. As a result, a B.A. in Broadcasting requires students to select at least one content emphasis as part of their education.
• In the Public Affairs Emphasis, students select 15 hours of coursework from areas including public policy, politics, foreign affairs, crime, history, and global issues.
• In the Sports Reporting Emphasis, students select 15 hours of coursework from areas including sports psychology, history, ethics, sociology, and
• In the Custom Emphasis, students choose from a minor or second major with the help of a major field adviser.