Transfer Information and Career Opportunities in Broadcasting
The following California State University and University of California offer majors in Broadcasting and/or related fields. The campuses that offer the major are identified next to each major name. Select a campus abbreviation next to a major to get more information about that major through the ASSIST online student transfer information system.
- Cinema and Television Arts B.A. (CSUN)
- Cinema B.A. (SFSU)
- Communication B.A. - Advertising Option (CSUEB)
- Communication B.A. - Broadcasting Option (CSUEB)
- Communication B.A. - Mass Communication Option (CSUEB)
- Communication Design B.A. with Option in Media Arts (CSUC)
- Communication Studies B.A. (SSU)
- Digital Media Arts B.A. (CSUDH)
- Digital Media Arts B.A. with Television Arts Option (CSUDH)
- Film and Digital Media B.A. (UCSC)
- Film and Electronic Arts: Film and Electronic Media B.A. (CSULB)
- Film and Electronic Arts: Film and Video Production B.A. (CSULB)
- Film and Television B.A. (UCLA)
- Journalism B.A. with Concentration in Broadcast News (HSU)
- Mass Communication and Journalism B.A. with Advertising Option (CSUFRES)
- Mass Communication and Journalism B.A. with Broadcast Journalism Option (CSUFRES)
- Mass Communication and Journalism B.A. with Electronic Media Production Option (CSUFRES)
- Radio and Television B.A. (SFSU)
- Radio-Television-Film B.A. (SJSU)
- Radio-TV-Film B.A. (CSUFULL)
- Teledramatic Arts and Technology B.A. (CSUMB)
- Television, Film and Media Studies B.A. (CSULA)
- Television, Film and Media Studies B.A. with Option in Animation (CSULA)
- Television, Film and Media Studies B.A. with Option in Broadcast Journalism (CSULA)
- Television, Film and Media Studies B.A. with Option in Telecommunications (CSULA)
- Television, Film and New Media Production B.S. (SDSU)
- Theatre Arts B.A. Design for TV/Film (SDSU)
Go to www.assist.org to explore information about majors and courses. Please visit the Counseling Department and Transfer Center for assistance with transfer information, degrees, applications and more.
Did You Know…?
Graduates of Ohlone's Broadcasting: Film, Television, and Internet are working today as producers, directors, casting directors, video editors, production assistants, and grips.
The Broadcasting curriculum is designed to prepare students as broadcasters for careers in journalism, the radio industry, television, and related fields (advertising). Students are encouraged to develop a wide variety of skills in order to be better prepared for a wide range of vocational opportunities. Placement often depends on audition tape; portfolio of scripts; willingness to relocate anywhere in the country; talent; job availability; and a thorough job search. Learn more about Radio Broadcasting, Journalism, and Film & Television classes.
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