Studying broadcasting means being the next generation to take over the media landscape while rubbing shoulders with politicians, sports figures and celebrities. Inside the classroom, you can help produce a live TV newscast or DJ for the college's radio station. Outside the classroom, there are tons of ways to get involved, from HuskerVision to the Hearst journalism competition. Whether you want to be the star or behind the scenes, there are two options in this major:
Our students hit the ground running the minute they step into Andersen Hall. Your portfolio will build itself through each class, from an intro-level reporting course to producing a student-run newscast.
Discover your passion for news and broadcasting under the guidance of Rick Alloway.See Rick's credentials
Your major is more than what you get done in the classroom. At Nebraska, you will find plenty of ways to get your hands dirty with experiences through student clubs and organizations, learning communities and education abroad opportunities.Start Exploring
National Broadcasting Society-Alpha Epsilon Rho
Meet students, faculty and professionals with a passion for broadcasting.
Friends of KRNU
Get involved in creative production and promotion of the campus radio station 90.3 FM.
Star City News
Be part of a student-led, live broadcast twice a week.
Student Advisory Board
Amplify the voices of your peers.
Put your skills to the test on the national stage.
Learn the ropes from experienced upperclassmen.
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CoJMC Academic SUCCESS
From day one, you're paired with an advisor to help navigate your new college academic environment.
Career & internship Coach
Work with our career coach to strengthen your personal brand and learn about jobs and internships.
Sample 4 Year Plans
Graduating in four years at Nebraska is possible. Take a look at a sample four year plan for each of our majors.
You have stories to tell, and we want to make sure you have access to the best equipment.