Academic Programs of Study
Digital Media & Broadcast Production: Broadcast Communication
- State-of-the-art facilities and equipment
- Broaden you knowledge and compliment a variety of fields
- Only 18 credits required!
- Gain insight into film, tv, music recording/production, radio, and more
More About This Degree
I am an editor and motion graphics artist in Manhattan.
I graduated from Marywood in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in communications and I am now an editor and motion graphics artist in Manhattan. I have worked on multiple shows for networks such as MTV, MTV2, VH1, and created mobile content for Forbes' Billionaires List, one of the largest launches they will do this year.
Working in such a competitive field as an independent contractor can be tough but my education from Marywood prepared me and taught me how to work hard for myself and create opportunities. The small class sizes and hands on training I received from my professors enabled me to focus on my skills and gave me the confidence I would later need when cutting an episode in front of producers.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Official SAT and/or ACT scores
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation
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Minor in Broadcast Communication requires 18 credits:
|COMM 233||Video Production I||1|
|COMM 233L||Video Production I Lab||3|
|COMM 130D||Video Production II||1|
|COMM 234L||Video Production II Lab||3|
|COMM 237||New Communications Technologies||
|COMM 238||Media Scriptwriting||
|COMM 330B||Practicum in Digital Media and Broadcast Production||
|COMM 337||Media Programming||
|COMM 430A, B||Practicum in Digital Media and Broadcast Production||
The practica may be replaced by COMM 450 Internship, with permission of the program director and department chair.