Guided Pathways

Guided Pathways

Radio Broadcasting: On the Air, AS S0605

Program: S0605
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Suggested Sequence of CourseworkIndicates Courses Offered Online
Fall Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.0
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0
AA/S KINES Phys Ed (KIN) Activity Course 0.5
R-TV 01 Intro to Electronic Media 4.5
R-TV 38 (and) Radio Rules and Regulations
Total:   12.0
Winter Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0
Total:   4.0
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
R-TV 02 On-Air Personality Development 3.0
R-TV 36 Begin Commercial Voice-Overs 3.0
R-TV 15 Broadcast Law & Business 3.0
R-TV 96A Campus Radio Lab - Beginning 1.0
AA/S LIFE Area E Lifelong Undrstg Course 3.0
Total:   13.0
Summer Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
AA/S ARTS Area C-1 Arts Course 3.0
Total:   3.0
Fall Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
R-TV 05 Radio-TV Newswriting 3.0
R-TV 17 Introduction to Podcasting 3.0
R-TV 96B Campus Radio Lab -Intermediate 1.0
AA/S MATH Meet AA/AS Math Comptcy Req 5.0
Total:   12.0
Winter Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
AA/S HUM Area C-2 Humanities Course 3.0
AA/S USHIS Area D-1 Hist/Pol Sc Course 3.0
Total:   6.0
Spring Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
R-TV 96C Campus Radio Lab - Advanced 1.0
AA/S SCNCE Area B-1 or B-2 Science Course 5.0
R-TV 97A Radio/Entertain Indust Seminar 2.0
R-TV 97B (and) Radio/Entertain Work Experienc
R-TV 03 Sportscasting and Reporting 3.0
R-TV 04 (or) Broadcast News Field Reporting
R-TV 06 (or) Broadcast Traffic Reporting
R-TV 09 (or) Broadcast Sales and Promotion
R-TV 10 (or) Radio Producing
R-TV 11B (or) Advanced Radio Production
R-TV 31 (or) History of Radio DJs
R-TV 32 (or) Social Media in Broadcast
R-TV 35 (or) Pop Culture in the Media
R-TV 99 (or) Special Projects Broadcasting
R-TV 101 (or) Work Exp Broadcast Entertain
R-TV 37 (or) Advanced Voice-Overs Technique
R-TV 39 (or) Social Media and Online Ethics
Total:   11.0
Certificate: Radio Broad. On Air N0637 Radio Broadcasting: On Air, AS S0605 Submit petition to Admissions & Records
Program Notes

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