Minor in Television Studies

The TV minor program that focused on TV studies and digital production is designed to prepare students the fundamentals in researching, writing, directing, producing, and managing broadcast media programs. The successful graduate will demonstrate a basic knowledge of historical, legal and ethical issues, competency in TV research, proficiency in writing a variety of TV programs and the effective use of equipment and technologies for entering the industry.

Program Objectives

  • Acquire a theoretical, historical, conceptual and critical understanding of TV industry.
  • Demonstrate effective use of equipment and technologies appropriate to the entry level of professional practice.
  • Demonstrate writing proficiency appropriate to the entry level of professional practice.
  • Apply critical thinking, research, management and analysis in TV programs and production as well as accomplish professional goals.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of historical, legal, and ethical issues.
  • Demonstrate competency in TV research and management skills.
  • Apply effectively appropriate concepts and theories of the electronic media.
  • Apply critical thinking, research, and analysis to accomplish professional and personal goals.
  • Demonstrate skills and knowledge for entry into professional practice.
  • Demonstrate writing proficiency appropriate to the entry level of professional practice.
  • Demonstrate effective use of equipment and technologies appropriate to the entry level of professional practice.

Degree Requirements

Required Credit Hours : minimum 18 hours

Television Studies


Required Courses (12.00 hours)

Credit Hours
MSC203Principles of Visual Communication  13.000
MSC257Television Production I3.000
MSC352Writing for Broadcast3.000
MSC485Practicum in Digital Production3.000
1 : Students on the PR or Journalism Studies tracks of the Mass Communication Program take MSC 200 instead

Elective Courses (6.00 hours)

Credit Hours
MSC250Photojournalism3.000
MSC316Broadcast Management   23.000
MSC355Television Production II3.000
MSC396Communication Research Methods  33.000
MSC462Designing Media Messages3.000
2 : Students in PR Track of Mass Communication should take these two courses only
3 : Not for students of Mass Communication

 

 
 
20-Aug-2017