As sports media professions grow, students will develop skills in classes for audio and video recording and editing and media writing. The Sports Broadcasting/Sports Information minor is designed to give you a foundation in sports sociology while also giving you hand-on experiences by showcasing Judson Athletics through pre-game previews, in-game reporting and post-game recaps.
Why Sports Broadcasting at Judson?
Students will take classes across a wide range of disciplines, including media writing, audio-visual recording, and sports sociology. The minor consists of 21-hours or seven classes and was created to increase the career readiness for students studying Communications, Exercise Sports Marketing, Business Management and Business Marketing.
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A Growing Field
As film and visual digital media become more prevalent, the need to understand, interact, and shape visual culture has become necessary in a wide variety of professions.
With Judson’s Communication Minors in media studies as well as sports broadcasting and information, students develop skills in classes for audio and video recording and editing and media writing. This program includes field trips to Chicago area sporting venues and a senior internship in the area of radio or TV.
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A key component of the minor will be significant internship opportunities, especially in conjunction with the Judson Athletic Department.