Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts Undergraduate Program By Central Michigan University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts

Main Subject Area

Communication and Media StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, you'll be part of one of the most comprehensive electronic media programs in the country. You'll advance in a variety of media settings, including hands-on experience with Centrals on-campus TV and radio stations, MHTV and WMHW-FM. You'll also have access to Moore Media Records, our audio recording studio, and M2D2, our multimedia design and production lab. You can get involved on a national level through professional organizations such as Alpha Epsilon Rho/National Broadcasting Society, the Radio Television Digital News Association and the Alliance for Women in Media. You'll experience a broad job outlook by combining your course work with relevant experience, such as working at CMU's radio or television stations or production facilities. As a graduate of the broadcast and cinematic arts program at CMU, you'll find career opportunities such as: Account executive Anchorperson Business manager Copywriter Media researcher News producer/editor Radio producer TV director Public relations specialist Production director Music director On-air personality Recording engineer Video editor Videographer Screenwriter Lighting director Webmaster Promotions/creative services director Traffic manager Multimedia developer

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, you'll be part of one of the most comprehensive electronic media programs in the country. You'll advance in a variety of media settings, including hands-on experience with Centrals on-campus TV and radio stations, MHTV and WMHW-FM. You'll also have access to Moore Media Records, our audio recording studio, and M2D2, our multimedia design and production lab. You can get involved on a national level through professional organizations such as Alpha Epsilon Rho/National Broadcasting Society, the Radio Television Digital News Association and the Alliance for Women in Media. You'll experience a broad job outlook by combining your course work with relevant experience, such as working at CMU's radio or television stations or production facilities. As a graduate of the broadcast and cinematic arts program at CMU, you'll find career opportunities such as: Account executive Anchorperson Business manager Copywriter Media researcher News producer/editor Radio producer TV director Public relations specialist Production director Music director On-air personality Recording engineer Video editor Videographer Screenwriter Lighting director Webmaster Promotions/creative services director Traffic manager Multimedia developer

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

79+
6+
Jan-2000

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