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The Television and Broadcast Arts Certificate will allow students to professionalize and credential themselves in a visible way by developing broad competencies in broadcast along with an understanding of critical issues in broadcast/television. In addition, students may cluster their courses in a variety of ways to allow critical and practical development in specific areas, whether in front of, behind or in support of the camera.
Students will complete the course of study to attain competency in key broadcast areas as well as the application of critical concepts to their broadcast practices in the area in which they have self-selected to concentrate. Students will have an opportunity to display their work in the spring term and participate in professional workshops, including interactive sessions with industry professionals. These materials will constitute part of an online resumé or reel highlighting a students’ experiences, skills, and interests while developing professional credentials.
The certificate program requires 18 credits, described as follows. At least nine of the credits must be taken at the 1000-level or above.