Studies and Majors

Radio and Television

Radio and Television
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School   (degrees awarded)
Specs Howard School of Media Arts   (395 Award < 1Yr degrees)
California State University-Northridge   (341 Bachelors degrees)
The University of Texas at Austin   (249 Bachelors degrees)
Ball State University   (215 Bachelors degrees)
Temple University   (199 Bachelors degrees)
University of Florida   (182 Bachelors degrees)
University of North Texas   (174 Bachelors degrees)
Boston University   (164 Bachelors degrees)
California State University-Fullerton   (163 Bachelors degrees)
Ohio University-Main Campus   (150 Bachelors degrees)
Emerson College   (143 Bachelors degrees)
California State University-Long Beach   (123 Bachelors degrees)
The University of Alabama   (118 Bachelors degrees)
Illinois Center for Broadcasting   (117 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
Illinois Center for Broadcasting   (111 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
Columbia College-Chicago   (104 Bachelors degrees)
Syracuse University   (99 Bachelors degrees)
Northwestern University   (97 Bachelors degrees)
Ohio Center for Broadcasting-Valley View   (97 Award < 1Yr degrees)
Ohio Center for Broadcasting-Cincinnati   (92 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
Ithaca College   (92 Bachelors degrees)
California State University-Los Angeles   (90 Bachelors degrees)
Texas State University-San Marcos   (89 Bachelors degrees)
Howard University   (88 Bachelors degrees)
University of Central Florida   (87 Bachelors degrees)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale   (81 Bachelors degrees)
University of Houston   (80 Bachelors degrees)
SUNY College at Oswego   (76 Bachelors degrees)
Ohio Center for Broadcasting-Colorado   (75 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
San Diego State University   (75 Bachelors degrees)
Radio and Television Description

A program that focuses on the theories, methods, and techniques used to plan, produce, and distribute audio and video programs and messages, and that prepares individuals to function as staff, producers, directors, and managers of radio and television shows and media organizations. Includes instruction in media aesthetics; planning, scheduling, and production; writing and editing; performing and directing; personnel and facilities management; marketing and distribution; media regulations, law, and policy; and principles of broadcast technology.

   
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