Radio Broadcasting: Behind the Scenes (AS Degree S0606)
The Radio Broadcasting Behind-the-Scenes degree is designed for students who are interested in the non-performance side of the broadcasting industry. Instruction prepares students for entry-level jobs including production, promotion, copywriting, and management. Students also receive instruction in the business side of the industry and can further customize their program by selecting from a variety of courses. Practical hands-on experience is available at the campus radio stations.
This degree requires the completion of General Education coursework plus the following:
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|R-TV 01||Introduction to Electronic Media||3|
|R-TV 09||Broadcast Sales and Promotion||3|
|R-TV 10||Radio Programming and Producer Techniques||3|
|R-TV 11A||Beginning Radio Production||3|
|R-TV 11B||Advanced Radio Production||3|
|R-TV 15||Broadcast Law and Business Practices||3|
|R-TV 38||Radio Broadcasting Rules and Regulations||1.5|
|R-TV 96A||Beginning Campus Radio Station Lab: Studio Procedures and Equipment Operations||1|
|R-TV 96B||Intermediate Campus Radio Station Lab: On-Air and Behind-the-Scenes Skills||1|
|R-TV 96C||Advanced Campus Radio Station Lab: Program Hosting and Management Skills||1|
|R-TV 97A||Radio and Entertainment Industry Seminar||1|
|R-TV 97B||Radio/Entertainment Industry Work Experience||1|
|Choose six units from the following:||6|
|Broadcast Traffic Reporting|
|Introduction to Podcasting|
|History of Radio DJs|
|Social Media in Broadcasting|
|Pop Culture in the Media|
|Social Media and Online Ethics|
|Special Projects in Broadcasting and Entertainment Industry|
|Work Experience in Broadcast Entertainment|
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to:
- Work in production, programming, or a variety of other behind-the-scenes positions at a commercial radio station.
- Use studio equipment to record and edit a pre-recorded piece.
- Operate the studio equipment required to produce a live broadcast.
- Use social media during a live radio show to engage with the audience.
- Develop and implement ideas for a radio show.
- Develop a format for a radio station.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.
Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
|Fall Term 1||Units|
|R-TV 11A||Beginning Radio Production 3||3|
|ENGL 1A||Freshman Composition 4||4|
|AA/S KINES||Phys Ed (KIN) Activity Course .5||3|
|Winter Term 1|
|AA/S LIFE||Area E Lifelong Undrstg Course 3||3|
|Spring Term 1|
|R-TV 11B||Advanced Radio Production 3||3|
|R-TV 15||Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3||3|
|AA/S MATH||Meet AA/AS Math Comptcy Req 5||5|
|Summer Term 1|
|SPCH 1A||Public Speaking 4||4|
|Fall Term 2|
|R-TV 10||Radio Programming and Producer Techniques 3||3|
|AA/S ARTS||Area C-1 Arts Course 3||3|
|AA/S USHIS||Area D-1 Hist/Pol Sc Course 3||3|
|AA/S ELECT||Degree Appl Course (Elective) 3||1-3|
|Winter Term 2|
|AA/S HUM||Area C-2 Humanities Course 3||3-4|
|Spring Term 2|
|R-TV 09||Broadcast Sales and Promotion 3||3|
|R-TV 96C||Advanced Campus Radio Station Lab: Program Hosting and Management Skills 2||1-2|
|AA/S SCNCE||Area B-1 or B-2 Science Course 3||3-5|
|Radio Broad.: Behind the Scenes, AS S0606 6|
|Certificate: Radio Broad. Behind Scenes N0636 6|
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