Use your voice on purpose.
Stories are meant to be told and voices meant to be heard.
Master technology used to produce, record, edit and distribute your story and your voice. SAU broadcasting students use their voice for the greater good of the Kingdom.
As a broadcasting major, you’ll have opportunities to write and produce podcasts, practice studio and field video production and grow your confidence as an on-air talent at one of two radio stations on campus, or by doing play-by-play for the Cougar Sports Network.
Throughout the program, you’ll curate a body of personal and professional portfolio pieces from your class work, internships and internal and external client projects.
- Two On-Campus Radio Stations
- Sports Announcing Opportunities
- Hands-On Client Projects
- M1 iMac Computer Lab
- Professional Portfolio Development
- Broadcast News Reporting
- Radio Host
- Voiceover Artist
- Podcasting / Audio Production
- Advertising & Public Relations
- Digital Influence
- Graphic Design
- Freelance & Personal Branding
- Professional Writing
- Video Production
The Broadcasting program is 36 credit-hours. Some of the major classes are:
- AUD 174 Radio Production
- AUD 302 Podcasting
- AUD 321 Sound Design
- COM 100 Introduction to Communication
- COM 110 Communication Technology
- COM 212 Rhetoric
- COM 324 Web Content and Management
- COM 385 Practicum
- COM 399 Communication Portfolio
- COM 480 Senior Seminar
- SPE 342 Oral Interpretation and Voice
- VID 202 Video Production
- VID 306 Advanced Video Production
- WRT 216 Writing for the Media
- WRT 310 Multimedia Reporting
View the course requirements and layout, course descriptions, a sample four-year plan, as well as learn more about the program at Spring Arbor University in the undergraduate course catalog.