The Department of Telecommunications at Ball State includes exceptional facilities and faculty. Our production facilities and equipment are industry-standard, and our faculty and staff are active nationally and internationally as producers, creators, and scholars.
Although TCOM is one of the largest academic departments on campus, it doesn’t feel big. Our class sizes and active student organizations help create small family communities within our four concentrations:
- film and media studies
- digital production
- media promotion and management
Our graduate program averages 12 new students each year, and they start together in the fall semester.
We integrate state-of-the-art production equipment in the classroom. Our labs and studios are housed in three connected buildings. Take a look.
Our faculty members want you to succeed. They’ve been in your shoes and want to use their professional experience and industry knowledge to help you realize your dreams. Meet our faculty and staff.
There are many career opportunities for those with a Ball State TCOM degree. Many of our alumni work in television, film, and radio, but you’ll also find them in technology companies, universities, professional sports organizations, governments and municipalities, and even agriculture. Meet our alumni.