The Radio-Television major prepares graduates for careers in television broadcast announcing, writing, directing, management, editing, and production. In addition, students are prepared for audio/video production at advertising agencies, independent production houses and corporate communication facilities. A graduate should be competent in the ability to announce and speak with confidence for radio and television broadcast; to write, direct, manage and produce programming for radio, television and video; and to possess an understanding of the role of broadcasting in today’s U.S. and global cultures.
- Students will develop the ability to write effectively for TV, radio and Internet news, commercials and entertainment programming.
- Students will develop the ability to shoot/record and edit video and audio for TV, radio and online media.
- Students will be knowledgeable about the history and foundations of U.S. broadcasting and other electronic media.
|MMJ 1307||Mass Communication in Society ||3|
|or MMJ 1335|| Studies in Electronic Communications|
|MMJ 2311||Multimedia Writing ||3|
|MMJ 420||Multimedia Portfolio ||3|
|MMJ 336||Media Law ||3|
|MMJ 151||Basic Media Production||3|
|MMJ 2331||Media Performance ||3|
|MMJ 221||Basic Audio Production and Radio Programming ||3|
|MMJ 320||Broadcast Writing ||3|
|MMJ 322||Film-Style Shooting & Editing ||3|
|MMJ 360||Digital Audio Production ||3|
|MMJ 440||Broadcast & Digital Journalism ||3|
|MMJ 453||Social Media ||3|
|Advanced Reporting/Feature Writing |
|Pro Seminar & Portfolio |
|Media Internship |
|Magazine Production |
|Communication Research Methods & Theory|
|MMJ 445||Ethics in the Media||3|
|Studies in Human/Communication |
|MMJ 109||Introduction to Media Production||1|
|MMJ 209||Media Operations II : Student Radio||1|
|MMJ 309||Media Operations III: Field Shooting||1|
|MMJ 409||Media Operations IV: Multi-Camera Studio Production||1|
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