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Catalog 2017-18


Broadcast Communications

Broadcast communications plays a vital role in the dissemination of news, information and entertainment worldwide, and has become even more important in the Internet age. Whether you are interested in becoming a radio or television reporter, a director, video editor, web producer or sound engineer, you can prepare yourself by earning an associate degree in broadcast communications. Through a unique partnership between Schoolcraft and the Specs Howard School of Media Arts, you can:

  • Spend a year at the Specs Howard studios to get real-world training while earning credits toward your degree.
  • Earn the balance of your credits at Schoolcraft.
  • Start the program at either Specs Howard or Schoolcraft.
  • Get additional hands-on experience through Schoolcraft’s Video Production Club, and working local sporting and community events like broadcasts of Schoolcraft College’s team events.
  • Follow in the footsteps of program graduates who work at local and national radio and television stations and in the film and television industries.

Credential Options

Credential Option Gainful Employment
Broadcast Communications AAS Degree not applicable


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