B.A. in Broadcasting, Digital Media, and Journalism
Get to Know Resound Radio
Hear the music and meet some of the students behind Cedarville’s student-led radio station.
Find out more about opportunities available to you and see what some of our students have created.
Get to Know Cedars
Get to know Cedars, Cedarville's student-led newspaper. Read the stories and get to know the students behind our award-winning publication.
A unique partnership between Cedarville Athletics and the Department of Communication allows broadcasting and digital media students to be part of the Sports Production Team, which produces high-quality broadcasts of Cedarville athletic events.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 95.4% of recent graduates from the Department of Communication were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Cedarville University Reports Record EnrollmentThe university’s enrollment for 2020-21 has climbed to 4,550 students — an increase of 3.7%, or 170 students, from last year’s enrollment of 4,380 students.
COVID-19: "Touchless" Welcome to Campus Still TouchingThe university welcomed approximately 900 first-time freshmen students to campus during Getting Started Weekend.
Caring Well. Staying Well. Operating PlanThe 26-page comprehensive guide outlines Cedarville’s strategies and protocols for living, learning, and working in community during this academic year.
Adjusting to COVID-19, University Announces Revised Fall ScheduleClasses will begin August 17 and Christmas break will start November 25.
Broadcasting, Digital Media, and Journalism Program Curriculum
Building on your general education liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take a core set of major-specific courses that will introduce you to the broad range of media outlets. This core is then complemented by a concentration of classes that
focus specifically on your interests.
- Advanced Cinematography and Lighting
- Multiplatform Journalism