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Media Communication, BA/BS

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Program Overview

Students in the Media Communication BA/BS program prepare for professional jobs through hands-on learning and participation in: REV 89, CSU Pueblo Today, and KTSC-TV.

Our radio station, REV 89, provides students with an opportunity to do live sports broadcasts, public affairs programming, daily news broadcasts and music announcing, playing the greatest music ever created.

Our campus and web newspaper, the CSU Pueblo Today, allows students an opportunity to report on events on campus and in the community. Students can also get valuable experience with advertising sales.

Rocky Mountain Public Media is located in the same building as our department and allows students to work on a variety of television productions.

All students will have to select an emphasis area:

"Our faculty are able to provide a high-quality education because we’ve all worked in the fields in which we teach. We understand the fundamental knowledge and skills that are needed in the professional world, and we maintain close ties with professionals to ensure our students are up-to-date with their skills and knowledge."

- Sam Lovato, Professor/Department Chair

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Earn a $500 scholarship by enrolling in nine summer credits. Summer semester is a unique opportunity for our students and the perfect time to make progress in your degree.

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Media Communication, BA/BS

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