Broadcast, Documentary, & Film



If you’ve ever dreamed of working in radio or television, consider a degree in media and broadcast at USU. Students will receive instruction in traditional communications basics such as writing, reporting, and video production, as well as learning about how to use newer technologies, including critical media literacy skills and online information gathering

Real World Application

The media and broadcast program at USU has a 100% placement rate for future broadcasters. Many students are able to line up jobs before they graduate, and there are recent graduates working for many major news stations across the country, including KGO-TV, San Francisco; UPR, Logan; and KSL News Radio, Salt Lake City.

Program Highlights

Aggie TV

Learn the process of creating high-quality television programs and gain hands-on experience with professional broadcasting equipment.

The Utah Statesman

Join the award-winning publication dedicated to covering the interests of USU students, the campus community and overall news of Cache Valley.

Utah Public Radio

Utah Public Radio is an NPR-member radio station and service of USU. Students can create broadcasts and gain experience running a professional radio broadcasting station.

Program Advisor

Stacey Kelly

Stacey Kelly

Academic Advisor

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

  • Utah State University offers many options for financial aid, including university level scholarships and aid available to specific colleges and majors.