Messiah’s major in broadcasting offers you a strong understanding of mass media’s constantly changing culture. Building on a strong foundation of communication knowledge, you’ll develop the technical and production skills needed for a career in television or radio.
As a broadcasting major, you’ll:
• Explore courses in media culture, production, writing for mass media, media history, and message construction.
• Apply your broadcast production skills on campus through The Pulse: Media Hub, which includes WVMM 90.7 FM radio (with a 20-mile broadcast radius) and Channel 13 TV, as well as off-campus through a variety of internship opportunities in television, radio, video production, and more.
• Have the opportunity to double-major, minor, study abroad, participate in cross-cultural courses, and gain additional hands-on, practical experience.
For a more detailed academic description of the broadcasting curriculum, click on either concentration, broadcasting production or media studies. For guidance in preparing for a career in broadcasting, please visit the Career Center page specially designed to help broadcasting majors.