Storytelling at its finest.

Broadcast: Concentration

Bachelor’s
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Unleash Your Potential: Inspire others through the art of storytelling.

95.5 Mhz
WNGR ‘The Vibe’
Gain hands-on experience working for NGU’s FCC-licensed radio station. Write, manage, produce, and broadcast music, news, podcasts, and additional programming.
#1
Winning Legacy
NGU communication students won the National Religious Broadcasters’ 24-Hour Digital Audio Challenge in 2018.
200+
Intern Partnerships
You need an internship. We’ve got options! Locally. Nationally. Even globally. Take advantage of our extensive network as you prepare to launch your career.

Find Your Voice—Master Your Craft

Broadcast is your launchpad into a variety of careers. Television, radio, and journalism, of course. But also marketing, advertising, church media ministry, and beyond.

Whether on-air or behind the scenes. Through writing and reporting or producing and managing. Whatever your passion, pursue it through a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media with a concentration in broadcast.

What Can I Do with a Concentration in Broadcast?

A bachelors degree in digital media with a concentration in broadcasting opens up a world of exciting opportunities in the realm of media and communication. Step into the dynamic field where your voice can reach millions, and your creativity can shape the narrative.

From news reporting to hosting entertainment shows, a broadcasting degree empowers you to connect with audiences, inform and entertain, and make a lasting impact. Embrace the power of storytelling as you embark on a career that combines your passion for communication with the thrill of engaging with diverse audiences.

Broadcast Engineer

Editor

News Anchor

Producer

Production Assistant

Radio/TV Presenter

Experience Learning – In Studio and Across Campus

The Vision (Online & Magazine)

One incredible experience. Two award-winning publications. Countless ways to improve your talents. Writing. Photojournalism. Videography. Graphic design. Editing. Production. And more. Practice all of it while working for NGU’s magazine (The Vision) and news site (The Vision Online). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vision-48 News

Television writing and producing. Studio operations and field production. Experience every aspect as a VisionTV staff member. Recognized by the SC Press Association as a leader in online student media, NGU’s VisionTV and VisionMedia are led by students like you.

 

 

 

 

 

Internships at Home and Abroad

Local news outlets, television stations, and radio broadcasts. Film producers, marketing agencies, and nonprofit organizations around the world. It’s your internship – and it’s anything but ordinary. Hone your craft. Expand your network. Perhaps even launch your career.

Communicate Beside Experienced & Faithful Story Tellers

Web Drake, PhD
Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts
Randall E. King, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Communication
Heather Kunselman
Academic Secretary
Kelechi Benet, MFA
Assistant Professor, Communication
Lara Jackson, MS
Instructor, Communication
Karyn Campbell, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Shurajit Gopal, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Andrew W. Stevens, DMin
Associate Professor, Communication
Ansley Welchel, APR
Instructor, Communication
John W. Williford, Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication

Study Broadcasting in Every Form

Broadcast Year 1

Year 1 Sample Courses

  • Composition and Rhetoric
  • Intro to Mass Communication
  • Composition and Literature
  • Christian Worldview
  • Media Technology
Broadcast Year 2

Year 2 Sample Courses

  • Oral Communication
  • Intro to Electronic Media
  • Practicum
  • Writing for Broadcast Media
Broadcast Year 3

Year 3 Sample Courses

  • Foreign Language
  • Audio or Video Production
  • Broadcast Programming
  • Broadcast Announcing
Broadcast Year 4

Year 4 Sample Courses

  • Mass Media Law and Regulations
  • Broadcast Studio Operations
  • Mass Media Ethics
  • Mass Media Seminar
  • Mass Media Internship

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

Have Questions about the Digital Media Program or Broadcast Concentration?

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Randall E. King, PhD

Associate Dean, School of Communication
864.663.0200 randall.king@ngu.edu
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