Film and broadcast communication arts
Film and Broadcast Communication Arts
Coordinator: Ken White
Division: Applied and Fine Arts
Directory: Film and Broadcast Communication Arts faculty and staff

Possible career opportunities

Students majoring in broadcast communication arts (BCA) enter broadcasting, cable, online media, and related industries. They can pursue graduate degrees in the field of mass or electronic communication for work in audio and video production, web development, radio and television, cable television, and media departments of agencies, institutions, and businesses.

The study of film prepares students for careers in the entertainment industry, law, business, and education, or for further education at the graduate or professional level. Career options include: feature film editors, executives in video distribution companies, technicians for local news programs, and independent filmmakers. Other occupations include: cinematographer, movie and stage grip, technical writer, playwright, screenwriter, author, producer, editor, rigger, camera operator, and film laboratory technician. Some careers may require more than two years of study.

Associate degree and certificate program information


Film class schedules

spring FILM class schedule

summer FILM class schedule

fall FILM class schedule


Broadcast communication arts class schedules 

spring BCA class schedule

summer BCA class schedule

fall BCA class schedule


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