Television Arts

Television Arts prepares students for careers in audio and video production- both field and studio- post-production, non-linear editing, programming, broadcast sales and management, along with the history and theory of the business of broadcasting from its inception to today’s practices. Students work in the John C. Hench Production Studio, a state-of-the-art television facility, with national award-winning faculty having both academic and professional experience.

Required Courses - 15 hours

In addition to the following courses, students in the Television Arts concentration must take 15 hours from Television Arts tracks (12 hrs. from one track and 3 hrs. from the other, excluding COM 495).

  • COM 203 - Introduction to Electronic Media
  • COM 204 - Audio Production
  • COM 400 - Communications Research
  • COM 415 - Global Media Systems
  • COM 430 - Media Management

Production Track

  • COM 314 - Introduction to Video: Studio Production
  • COM 335 - Introduction to Video: Field Production
  • COM 414 - Advanced Video: Studio Production
  • COM 435 - Advanced Video: Field Production
  • COM 445 - Nonlinear Postproduction
  • COM 495 - Communication Internship

Operations and Strategies Track

  • COM 292 - Organizational Communication
  • COM 330 - Communication Law and Ethics
  • COM 420 - Media Sales
  • COM 450 - Electronic Media Programming and Promotion
  • COM 495 - Communication Internship