Digital, Social and Broadcast Productions
The Internet and other electronic media have broadened the definition of telecommunication to include a variety of new media. In addition to radio and television, you now have the opportunity to learn production hands-on for webcast programming as well as more traditional programming.
A major emphasizing these new forms of media production is now listed as one of 10 college majors for a new economy at www.mainstreet.com/slideshow/10-college-majors-new-economy.
Skills you learn include:
- Implement social media in a variety of settings;
- Understand uses of social media in advertising, marketing, journalism, branding, public relations, and so forth;
- Use social media to communicate globally;
- Learn to prepare for what the future holds for social media tools;
- Utilize multiple social networks current and future careers.
This degree prepares you for a variety of careers with the skills necessary to work in communications, social media and programming, to name a few, or to transfer to a four-year college or university and complete a Bachelor’s degree.