The Electronic Media (formerly Broadcasting) option is designed for students planning a career in TV and/or radio broadcasting, including employment at a TV station, radio station, cable company, or working as a freelancer. Students also learn how to create strategic video and radio advertisements, podcasting, video blogs and corporate video production.
In addition to the department’s academic core classes and professional skills core classes, students in the Electronic Media option take classes in broadcast writing, the web, audio techniques, TV production and a senior seminar.
Students in Electronic Media have gone on to jobs in radio, TV, social media and the Internet. Graduates have moved on to such careers as:
• Announcers, news anchors and sportscasters
• Broadcast supervisors/technicians and station managers
• Documentary filmmakers and freelancers
• Radio/TV producers and TV camera operators
• Web communication specialists
View the Mass Communication Electronic Media Option in the course catalog.