Go behind the scenes
Some people dream of a life in front of the camera. Others dream of a life just beyond the spotlight. If you’re the kind of person who is interested in editing, production work and operating a camera, you’ve come to the right university.
The radio/television concentration at SFA offers students a chance to go behind the scenes and learn the ins and outs of radio and television production.
Lights, camera, career
Radio/television students have access to some of the most interesting job opportunities in media. From radio producer to segment editor, director to camera operator, the sky’s the limit.
Learn more about careers in radio/television.
Radio/television experience, right on campus
At SFA, we know there’s nothing quite like getting involved to help you hone your skills. Students have access to all the equipment and experience needed to prepare for a career in radio/television. You can join up with our student-run media outlets, like SFA-TV2, our in-house TV station, or even volunteer at KSAU-90.1, our campus radio station.
Undergraduate programs and requirements
Concentration in radio/television
Get the training and education you need for a career in radio/television at SFA. Students who wish to study radio/television will take courses covering topics from audio and studio production to broadcasting and programming.
See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements for the radio/television concentration with minor (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science) and without minor (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science).