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School of Arts
Radio TV
Program Objectives:

The Radio TV Program aims to provide individuals in the program with the experience and knowledge of script writing, directing, film techniques, electronic media production, programming and “on-air broadcasting”. The multi-faceted program offers a curriculum rich in technical application courses, as well a variety of courses in social sciences, language, and culture to instill a background of experience upon students to increase their employability within the field. Upon completion of the program students will able to achieve the following objectives:

  • Pursue a productive career in the various areas of media;

  • Apply the conceptual, practical, historical, and technical theories and skills of radio, television, and film as professionals in the industries;

  • Communicate their ideas effectively and efficiently;

  • Utilize creativity and innovation in the production of the products within their chosen field;

  • Create quality audio, video, and cinematic work

  • Illustrate high ethical standards as professionals in their chosen field;

  • Develop increased employability skills required within the field.

Program Learning Outcomes:
  • Demonstrate knowledge of television and film creation and production as a craft and as a collaborative process;

  • Analyze and interpret a variety of media forms from the various theoretical perspectives;

  • Utilize written, oral, and visual communication skills to communicate information and ideas;

  • Utilize communication skills to successfully complete projects as part of a team collaboration;

  • Acquire in-depth knowledge of the world media industry;

  • Recognize the importance of media to promote public engagement in current issues and to improve local and international societies;

  • Recognize and interpret the ability of communication technologies to function as causes of social change and understand the responsibility that comes with said power;

  • Produce various forms of media through a variety of assigned roles, including directing, cinematography, editing, lighting, and sound;

  • Create an effective cover letter and cv to highlight the skills sought by potential employers.

  • Exhibit lifelong learning skills.

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