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.