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2022-2023 Southeastern University - Undergraduate Catalog 
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Bachelor of Arts, Communication: Sports Media

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Bachelor of Arts, Communication: Sports Media (Four-Year Plan)  


Program Description

The Communication degree with the track in Sports Media emphasizes the principles and best practices of communication and sports media production. The communication core focuses on effective communication, storytelling, and analysis of the mass media. The sports media track includes practical skills in topics such as audio and video (editing and production), radio and television production, and podcasting in the context of sports media. Students critically analyze mass-mediated content; they also produce audio and video content in courses and co-curricular productions focused on sports games. 

Potential Career Options

Potential career options for those pursuing this degree include sports announcer, camera operator, producer, on-air talent, sports news reporter, anchor, and other sports media-related careers.

Foundational Core - 61 Credit Hours

Intellectual and Practical Skills - 15 Credit Hours

Engaging Human Culture and the Natural World - 19 Credit Hours

Behavior Science: Select One (1) of the Following (3 Credits):

Historical Perspective: Select One (1) of the Following (3 Credits):

Intermediate Language - 6 Credit Hours

Language Requirement (Intermediate Level; Beginning Level prerequisites are placed in general electives) - 6 Hrs 

Students who demonstrate proficiency at the Intermediate B level may take 6 additional hours of General Electives. 

Choose 6 credit hours from the following:

Major Core - 41 Credit Hours

General Electives - 18 Credit Hours

Total Program: 120 Credit Hours

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