From editing, to producing, to directing... A wide variety of both broadcast and non-broadcast opportunities await graduates of the Radio and Television program!
What Can I do With a Degree in Radio and Television?
A Degree in Radio and Television can open untold doors for the driven and career oriented graduate! Beginning as a Board Operator, Master Control Operator, or an Editor... Graduates can advance in the industry through traditional broadcast careers, or forge ahead with New Media opportunities. With streaming media increasing in market share and proliferation, Content Generators are in greater demand today than ever before. A degree in Radio and Television will teach you the skills to make the most of both the traditional and New Media landscapes!
- Camera Operators
- $49,080 Median Annual Income
- Technical Directors
- $70,950 Median Annual Income
- Film and Video Editors
- $61,750 Median Annual Income
- $68,440 Median Annual Income
- Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture
- $59.410 Colorado Median Annual Income
- $55,080 National Median Annual Income
- Radio and Television Announcers
- $39,550 Colorado Median Annual Income
- $31,400 National Median Annual Income
In an ever changing world, the field of Broadcasting, Content Generation, and Content Delivery is constantly evolving. We are teaching the skills to not only survive, by thrive in the Broadcasting and Content Generation landscape!
Working in Broadcasting and New Media requires hands on, in the field experience. To give our students the most advantages in the career field, they have the option to participate in several internship programs that provide you with the opportunity to work in the industry, to gain practical experience, and see the different aspects of working in a professional environment that they may not see in a classroom setting.