Undergraduate Radio, Television, Film Programs

Bachelor of Arts

  • The BA in Podcasting and Audio Storytelling curriculum prepares students for the transformational developments occurring within traditional radio and the rapid expansion of digital distribution platforms. As an Audio/Radio major, you’ll gain skills in the latest audio formats and programming, including podcasts and digital radio.
  • The BA in Television Production and Studies focuses on the creative side of the television industry, from scriptwriting and editing to directing and producing. You can choose from courses in television aesthetics and criticism, shows and showrunners, sitcom production, sports reporting and production, digital editing, lighting, and single- and multi-camera production.
  • The BA in Film Production and Studies is designed for students who are interested in the creation and production of narrative or documentary feature or short films; you'll study writing, designing, directing, and editing films in traditional and digital formats.

Bachelor of Science

  • The BS in Television provides a more technical, specialized approach to television and video production. Courses include advanced television technologies, multi-camera production, a media production practicum, as well as a science and computer science requirement.
  • The BS in Television and Film prepares students for careers with a more technical, specialized approach to television and film production. Courses include advanced theatrical production, television technologies, screenwriting, cinematography, multi-camera production, and a production practicum.
  • The BS in Television and Business is designed for students interested in working on the business side of media and entertainment. The program combines an in-depth overview of television production and industry standards with coursework in legal issues, contracts, marketing, and management.

Bachelor of Fine Arts

  • The BFA in Writing for the Screen provides instruction for dramatic writers across all platforms, offering deep study in professional writing practice in pre-professional settings, to prepare our graduates to excel in “writing rooms” for all manner of screen media, new and old. As various streaming services emerge and thrive, the demand for new material continues to escalate, and our BFA program is designed to prepare students for this exciting new media landscape.
  • The BFA in Filmmaking allows students to take a wider range of specialized courses in various aspects of the craft—such as cinematography, sound design, editing, digital post-production, and screenwriting.


  • The Interdisciplinary Minor in Immersive Media is designed for students who are looking for a challenging and innovative space to explore, problem solve, and collaborate across disciplines.  The curriculum blends game design, cinematic storytelling, design strategy, and modern information architecture. Students taking this minor will use cutting-edge storytelling technologies such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, as well as learn to design interactive narratives for mobile and web platforms.
  • The Radio, Television, Film Minor requires 18 semester hours and is taken under advisement and with approval from a student’s advisor.