(46-47 Semester hours) See catalog for the full list of University General Education and Institutional Requirements . General Education Electives must be selected with the help of the student’s academic
The Broadcast Journalism program provides students with the education and skills needed to pursue a career in a state-of-the-art broadcast news and digital production industry. This entails broadcast news writing and announcing, as well as working with television cameras, producing, and directing television and/or radio news programs. Students will have the opportunity to be involved in producing television programs for BSU-TV and radio programs for WBSU.