Our award-winning broadcasting program is designed to create a professional training environment for students moving into the television, media, and communications technology sector. Students learn how technology works through immersive, real-world experiences and internships beginning in their first year — an opportunity that is typically reserved for your junior or senior year at larger colleges and universities.
In addition to the major, we offer a minor and many elective courses so that you can choose the focus that best aligns with your career goals. Our major or minor will equip you with the skills and techniques needed to work in a variety of careers in the broadcasting industry, such as radio talk show host, sports broadcaster, public relations professional, news and journalism professional, audio engineer, producer, and more. Adding a broadcasting minor to any major at Goshen College can also help you graduate with a diversity of communication skills that can help set you apart among prospective employers.
Immersive, Real-World Education in Radio and Television Broadcasting
As just one example, at GC, you can go behind the microphone and host your own radio broadcasting show to a national audience on our campus radio station, 91.1 FM The Globe, which has been named Best College Station in the Nation by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS). You can dive into broadcast journalism by reporting and anchoring on Globe TV, Goshen College’s award-winning television news program that’s filmed right in our studios on campus. And if you’re interested in film, entertainment, broadcast media, or audio production, you can work for FiveCore Media, our full-service professional video production company. Some courses will even take you to places like Greece and Kenya, in addition to exciting local sites off campus.
Award-Winning TV & Radio Broadcasting with Industry Connections
In addition to being nationally recognized for excellence among top schools and communication programs, our radio and television broadcasting experience is designed in close collaboration with broadcasting professionals. This means that our students have access to the latest trends and technologies in visual communications and electronic media, and our graduates go on from GC with a resume that will stand out in a competitive job market.
Real-world experience is at the heart of GC’s broadcasting and communication programs. Hands-on experience and a team atmosphere are how our small college radio station manages to compete with and defeat colleges and universities in the state and across the country. And it’s the reason you belong here at Goshen College!
Get Professional Training for your Future
In today’s highly connected job market, employers value strong communication ability through a variety of forms. So if you are looking for a broadcasting program that will provide you with the background knowledge, plus experiences, communication skills, and industry connections that will set you on a strong career path prior to graduation, Goshen College is a perfect choice! Great financial aid is available too. You can learn more by completing the form below.
As a Broadcasting major at Goshen College, you’ll get to host your own show on 91.1 The Globe, consistently ranked among the top college radio stations in the country.
Benjamin Kelly is a 2013 graduate with a broadcasting degree. With the training, experience and knowledge he gained at Goshen College (and a voice made for radio), he soon landed a professional announcing job.
Lynette is an EMMY™ Award-winning Series Producer for The Art Show on THINKTV, a PBS affiliate. After working for a CBS affiliate for 14 years, she launched a half hour magazine-style show, creating the program from the groun