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Department of Communication

Digital Media Production

This concentration prepares students for on-air and production work in a variety of modern broadcast and digital media contexts.

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media Production

Develop the skills necessary to effectively communicate stories across a variety of digital formats.

Digital Media Production is offered as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. The B.A. degree requires an additional twelve hours of foreign languages. All Communication majors take a foundational selection of courses in public speaking, communication law and research, public relations, mass media, graphic design, and journalism. The Digital Media Production concentration coursework will focus on digital and broadcast media production.

Students utilize state of the art studio facilities that provide students the ability to produce media using industry-standard video recording and editing equipment while serving the campus by producing programs and reports that inform and entertain. Students choosing this concentration are prepared for on-air and production work in television, radio, and a variety of other mass media contexts.

Requirements Class Name Hours
University Core Courses   42 
Communication Core   28
COM 102 Communication Research & Writing 3
COM 103 Fundamentals of Digital Communication 3
COM 201  Communication Ethics 3
COM 202 Interpersonal Communication 3
COM 304  Public Speaking 3
COM 442 Communication Law 3
COM 443 Public Relations 3
COM 480 Communication Internship 3
COM 499 Senior Portfolio 1
JOU 333

Introduction to Journalism

Digital Media Production
Concentration Courses
COM 200 Campus Media Production 1
COM 300 Campus Media Production 1
COM 321 Church Media Production 3
COM 334 Digital Storyteling 3
COM 360 Social Media Communication 3
COM 400 Campus Media Production 1
COM 453 Sports Public Relations 3
JOU 334 Multimedia Journalism 3
Minor   18
Electives   12
Foreign Languages
(Bachelor of Arts only)
Additional Electives
(Bachelor of Science Only)
Total    130