Learn to record, create and edit audio and video content for a variety of media as early as your first month on campus.
Throughout the curriculum, you’ll learn to use cameras, audio mixers, microphones, and other industry-standard technology to create professional quality productions both in and out of the classroom, complete hands-on experiential coursework, work for numerous on-campus electronic media outlets, and freelance with video production and creative services teams in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and the surrounding area.
Outside of class, you can join the remote production crew for various weekly shows in our television studio or practice live from a fully equipped television production truck that covers numerous events each semester, including football and basketball games as well as community events.
The program’s blend of theory and real-world practice has prepared our students for internships and careers at media organizations including The Daily Show on Comedy Central, ESPN, WTAE, KDKA, the Pittsburgh Steelers and more. You’ll graduate prepared for careers in radio, television, news production, and other emerging media fields.
Get hands-on experience early
At Waynesburg University, you will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with a camera, audio mixer or microphone in your first month. By having access to innovative equipment, you'll be able to use technology to create jaw-dropping productions both in and out of the classroom as early as your first semester on campus. You'll have the chance to work in our TV studio, or with organizations like WTAE Pittsburgh, ESPN, and local high school football coverage.
Focus on film studies with our unique minor
Our Film Studies minor will help you prepare for a career in film production. You’ll learn the ropes of the industry at WU by completing courses in the history of film, script writing, and directing. The highlight of the minor is the semester you’ll spend at the Los Angeles Film Studies Program.
View the academic catalog to further explore the curriculum.