Whether your interest is engineering or directing, performance or production, broadcast journalism or advertising, can help you prepare for a broad range of media careers.

Broadcast Journalism Concentration

Courses include: Radio and Television Announcing, Broadcast Journalism, Media Writing, Journalism Practicum or Radio Practicum.

Film and Cinema Studies Concentration

Courses include: Introduction to the Moving Image, Film and Literature, Scriptwriting for Film & TV, Script Analysis.

Video/Digital Film Production Concentration

Courses include: Introduction to the Moving Image, Analysis of Broadcast Systems, Video Field Production, Digital Video Editing, Scriptwriting for Film & TV or Script Analysis.


Graduates work as directors, producers, camera operators, technical directors, video editors, industrial video specialists, electronic news-gathering specialists, reporters and newscasters, disc jockeys, managers, advertising salespersons, audio engineers, and sound reinforcement technicians.

Telcom student working the control board in the college radio station