Telecommunication and Film

The Telecommunications & Film program teaches students the art and craft of television, radio, film management, and production. Future positions for graduates with the Telecommunications & Film Specialization range from news anchor to station manager.

Courses

FIL 4102 Writing for Film-Television-Radio 3
MMC 4203 Media Ethics 3
Choose three of the following: 9
Internship in Communication  
   
Television Production  
Radio Production  
Electronic Field Production  
Choose three of the following: 9
Communication Ethics  
History of Motion Pictures I  
History of Motion Pictures II  
Documentary Film and Television  
The Constitution and the Press  
Global Communication  
Broadcast Management and Regulation  
Choose one of the following: 3
Practicum: Television News  
   
If not completed at the lower division: 0-3
Principles of Mass Communication  
Total Hours 27-30

 

Major-Related

Students must complete a minor or its 15 sh equivalent in a field related to the student’s career objectives and additional approved 3000/4000 level electives outside communication arts. 30-33
Total Hours 30-33