Course Summary

Course Description

The Communication program is now located in the new David and Carol Lackland Center, which includes a state-of-the-art learning laboratory that is home to the College-owned radio station WNTI (91.9FM) and Channel 23 (Centenary College Television 23).

Centenary offers degree focuses in:

Our Film Studies concentration opens students' eyes to the filmic art form by examining what has come before and how that broad body of work has inspired today's filmmakers enhancing the communication degree by contributing to the thorough understanding of film and its purpose in our society and history.
The journalism program at Centenary helps students recognize the difference between opinion and reliable information then discover how how to translate that knowledge into grammatically and factually accurate, interesting, balanced writing.  Our journalism classes feature close faculty/student interaction in refining students' writing and encourage in-class shared editing by students. 
Radio and Television Majors benefit from the new facilities and the experience of professionally trained educators with years of experience. 

The Communication major offers students a strong foundation in journalism and broadcast media. Students learn about writing, producing, hosting and interviewing subjects for broadcast media.  They also study media history and regulation and examine media’s impact on society.  The program explores nonfiction free-lance writing opportunities, advanced theories and methods in mass media, journalistic ethics, media law, and advertising.

The challenging curriculum also provides students with hands-on experience through:

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