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Broadcasting and Professional Communication

Learn with Minot State
As a broadcasting major, you will be learning in action!

  • KMSU—the campus television and radio station—allows you to work with other students to deliver a live-production television show once a week and work as a DJ multiple times each week.
  • The Red & Green—the student newspaper—is an opportunity for you to gain publishing credits while learning the components of print and online journalism.
  • As a broadcasting major, you will have a unique opportunity to apply all areas of broadcasting (PR, advertising, promotion, print, audio, and video production) to produce a live KMSU Auction show – a special fundraising event held annually.
Areas of study
  • Communication students complete classes and projects that enable their success in a variety of communication-focused careers.
  • Journalism students study ethical approaches to covering news in a deadline-driven environment emphasizing the editorial process.
  • Production students work with cutting-edge technology in the studio and field to produce multiple live and recorded events each week.
  • Public relations students study principles and practices of public relations and advertising through student-driven events.
  • Concentrations are offered in social media, sports casting, media services, journalism, public relations, broadcasting, and communication.

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Be inspired . . . earn our broadcasting and professional communications degree

Learn with us
When you choose broadcasting as your major, it will blend hands-on learning and lectures emphasizing verbal and visual communication in all areas of broadcasting: journalism, audio and video production, public relations, and communication.
Experienced faculty
Our faculty practice what they teach and bring those experiences in production, public relations, marketing, advertising, and writing into the classroom to offer you real-world learning.
Employment outlook
As the world turns more toward social media to communicate messages, broadcasting majors learn a holistic approach to communication across mediums—television, radio, print, and online. Minot State University's relationships with local businesses and media allow students to bridge the gap between education and entry-level positions in the workforce.
Students at work
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Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.