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Multimedia Communication

Arts & Humanities

The major in Multimedia Communication offers students the opportunity to learn basic operations of electronic media through hands-on experience in television and radio studios, as well as in the field for news and film productions. It also helps students develop and hone their skills in media writing, news production and performance and creative and critical analysis.

General Information
College of Arts and Humanities
GPA Requirement 2.5
Department Website Department of Communication Arts
Degree(s) Offered
  • Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Communication
Possible Areas of Emphasis
  • Digital Filmmaking
  • Information
  • Production
Possible Employment Settings
  • Major networks
  • Commercial broadcast stations
  • Public television stations
  • Cable television
  • Private production companiesGovernment
  • Business corporations
  • Film production companies
  • Internet Web Sites
Occupational Opportunities
  • Radio/TV Announcers & Reporters
  • Program Director
  • Traffic Manager
  • Continuity Writer
  • Producer
  • Director
  • Director’s Assistant
  • Station Manager
  • Videotape Recording TechnicianMotion Picture Industry Artist
  • Sportscaster
  • Motion Picture Industry Technical Staff
  • Disc Jockey
  • Sports Announcer
  • Producer (Radio/TV)
  • Sales Representative (Radio/TV time)
  • Reporter
  • Broadcast Meteorologist
  • Internet Writers/Reporters
Professional and Student Organizations
Salary Information
Internet Resources

Last updated: 8/25/2020