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Upon completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Communication and Media Studies with a Broadcasting Concentration, students will be able to:
Analyze and articulate the theories and critical models of the broadcasting industry

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of radio production and announcing, including professional terminology and procedures
  • Demonstrate the basic oral and written communication tools needed to function professionally in a radio and television production environment, including the ability to research, structure and write dramatic and non-dramatic scripts for radio
  • Uphold the principles and responsibilities of a free press, including a commitment to accuracy, fairness, depth, and social conscience
  • Acquire the critical thinking and professional skills necessary to collect, evaluate, and organize information in ways that fulfill the journalist’s responsibility to the public
  • Learn to present multimedia stories in new ways while maintaining traditional journalism standards of fairness, accuracy, and quality
  • Evaluate and apply the basic principles of post-production digital audio editing, mixing and mastering for final distribution
  • Demonstrate and employ operation of recording studio hardware and software.

Program CurriculumView More:

Digital Communications – AAS pdf
Communications & Media Studies Digital Communications, – BAS pdf

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