The best telecommunications program in the country? Bold words? Perhaps. But we have the awards to back them up, including two student academy awards, 66 as of June 2017 regional Emmy Awards, and several awards from the premiere sports/academic organization in the US, the Sports Video Group. As a student in our program, you will become part of an up-tempo, ambitious student body bound for successful careers in fields such as media, film, entertainment production, news, and more—taught by an outstanding faculty of telecommunications professionals with both academic and professional credentials.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
As a telecommunications major at Ball State, you’ll learn how to use video, audio, film, and emerging digital media to develop, design, write, and create stories for a wide range of audiences. Choose from several concentrations, including digital production, film and media, news, or sales and promotion. Learn more.
Master of Arts
Go a step further with our master’s degree in telecommunications. This program empowers you to craft compelling stories for the Web, mobile apps, and game platforms to fully engage audiences and influence their world. Learn more.
A telecommunications minor from Ball State will enhance your storytelling and digital media abilities—skills that are relevant to nearly every career. You’ll learn how to use video, audio, film, and emerging digital media to develop, design, write, and create stories for a wide range of audiences. Learn more.
If you love the foundational magic that makes movies happen—a well-written script—and want to learn how to become part of that magic, then Ball State’s minor in film and screenwriting—offered jointly by Telecommunicatons and English—is a great choice. Learn more.
In addition to grounding you in sports writing and specialty reporting, our minor in sports studies—offered jointly by Telecommunications and Journalism—will equip you to understand other aspects of the sports media industries and prepare you for a career in sports broadcasting, sports reporting, or sports promotions. Learn more.