Do you dream about covering the biggest stories? Do you want to cover the White House
or the NFL or the latest film preview? We can get you there, live and in front of
the camera, telling the stories that make a difference across the world and down the
Turn on any major network news channel and you'll see our graduates at work. ESPN,
CNN, FOX, NBC, BET, CBS, ABC — it's an alphabet soup that spells out success. Flip
on the television in New York, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Charlotte, Atlanta, Amsterdam,
Denver, Tampa and other major cities — we're there too. You'll also be part of a powerful
network that includes colleagues at National Geographic, the Harlem Globetrotters,
NFL films and almost every television station in the southeast.
As a senior, you'll cap off your school career on the team that produces a daily live
television newscast airing on campus and local cable stations. You can stream the broadcasts from our Livestream channel. And you can see their work on the Carolina News and Reporter website.
Want to see what it's like to work in the big leagues? We'll help you. We find you
internships in major television markets, with professional sports teams or even in
your home town, if that's what you are dreaming of. And these are just some of the
many opportunities for our students.
As a student, you'll learn to report and narrate stories, shoot and produce video
and practice play-by-play and public speaking. While you're still in school, you'll
get to work at big news events as part of your class schedule, like the students who
got a front row seat to history during the primary campaigns. Learn more about the
classes you will take as a broadcast journalism student in the academic bulletin.
As a broadcast journalism student, you also have an opportunity to gain a solid foundation
for graduate study. Further your writing and reporting skills and understanding of
advanced communication techniques with graduate-level courses through our Accelerated Master of Mass Communication program. Select from strategic communications management or multimedia journalism,
and you can complete two degrees in as little as five years.
You’ll study with real pros like Rick Peterson, a TV veteran who still works for NBC News Channel on weekends and in his spare time.
And Greg Brannon, an award-winning reporter, anchor, producer and recipient of a Southeast Regional Emmy Award broadcast professional who has more than 30 years in local TV news and sports entertainment.