- Teaching the history, the issues, and the impact of
broadcasting and other electronic media in a global societal
context, emphasizing media literacy as a key part of the development
of critical thinking skills which form the cornerstone of a
life-enriching liberal arts education.
- Teaching the application of those analytical skills to the
design and the creation of content for electronic media, focusing on
writing, story-telling, teamwork, leadership, and preparation for
further study at the university level.
- Teaching audio, video, and performance craft skills that are consistent prerequisites for employment in the quickly evolving electronic media industry.
- The comprehensive curriculum includes programs in areas of: video production, video editing (analog and digital), radio station operations, sound design, sound production, and broadcast journalism.