Radio Television

Program Description:

This program will provide graduates with an associate’s degree that will lead to a bachelor’s degree in Radio/Television Production Management.  The degree in Radio/Television Production Management will provide the graduate with an AA degree which will lead to a bachelor’s degree in Radio/Television Production management.  This major prepares students to manage radio and television broadcast operations.  Students learn production, programming, and sales and management techniques.

REQUIRED COURSES for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
(Suggested Sequence)

Course Course Title Hours
AC 103 Introduction to Accounting1 3
ART 101 Introduction to Visual Arts 3
COL 101 New Student Seminar 3
ENL 111 Written Communication2 3
MAT 120 Applied Professional Mathematics3 3
PSYC 200 General Psychology1 3
     
AC 201 Financial Accountining4 3
BIOL 101/101L General biology with Lab1 4
COM 112 Oral Communication1 3
COM 130 Mass Communication1 3
ENL 115 Written Communication5 3
     
ENL 201 Introduction to Literature6 3
HIST 103 U.S. History to 18771 3
MK 130 Fundamentals of Marketing1 3
SCI 201 Inegrated Science: Health, Law & Envirnoment7  
SPAN 101 Introductory Spanish I2 3
     
COM 230 Principles of Public Relations1 3
EC 201 Fundamentals of Microeconmics1 3
POLS 101 Intro to American Government1 3
HMN 235 Leadership Development Studies8,9 3
SPAN 102 Introductory Spanish II10 3

1   AC 103, BIOL 101, COM 112, COM 130, COM 230, HIST 103, MK 130 and PSYC 200 have a prerequisite of REA 098, or placement in 100-level reading.
2   ENL 111 has a prerequisite of ENL 095, or placement in 100-level English, and REA 098, or placement in 100-level reading.
3   MAT 120 has a prerequisite of MAT 096, or placement in 100-leve mathematics.
4   AC 201 has a prerequisite of AC 103.
5   ENL 115 has a prerequisite of ENL 111.
6   ENL 201 has a prerequisite of ENL 115.
7   SCI 220 has a prerequisite of MAT 120, or MAT 145, MAT 150.
8   HMN 235 has a prerequisite of COM 111 or ENL 111with a “C” or better.
9   HMN 235 is the capstone course for this program and should be taken during the student’s final term.
10 SPAN 102 has a prerequisite of SPAN 101.

 

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