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Sports Marketing and Media (MEDIA)
WVC 
Program Overview:
The Sports Marketing and Media program focuses on the development, use, critical evaluation, and regulation of new electronic communication technologies using computer applications. The program prepares individuals to function as developers and managers of communications for sports facilities, teams, and events using digital communications media.

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Semester 1
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SP2018
BRD 1101
Introduction to Broadcasting
3
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Surveys the role and effects of the broadcasting and cable industry. Emphasizes historical development, media regulations, terminology, programming and career opportunities.

BRD 1202
Radio/TV Announcing
3
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Broadcast announcing principles and techniques are discussed and applied. Includes creating, reading and delivering commercials, news, interviews, public service announcements, and special events.

BRD 1210
Applied Broadcasting I
3
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A skills content course in which students will develop skills in broadcasting principles and practice. Includes using the campus radio and/or television facilities. Applied Broadcasting I places emphasis on broadcast studio equipment operation.

BRD 1215
Broadcasting & Digital Media Tech
3
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This course is designed to familiarize students with the various forms of technology associated with radio and television broadcasting and digital media. Such things as computer applications and associated programming and production techniques will be discussed. Students will also become familiar with skills needed to successfully complete live and pre-recorded radio air-shifts and television productions with an emphasis on the various forms of technology involved.

BRD 2217
Broadcast Journalism
3
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A study of broadcast journalism, concepts, principles and techniques relating to radio and television news. Practical work includes gathering, writing and presenting news on the college-operated radio and television stations.

Term Total
15
Semester 2
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SP2018
BRD 1204
Video Production Multi-Camera
3
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Introduces students to the application of fundamental multi-camera production techniques. Includes terminology, conceptualization, basic script writing, audio board operations, and lighting in a multi-camera setting. Students use campus TV facilities.

BRD 1211
Applied Broadcasting II
3
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A skills content course in which students will develop skills in broadcasting principles and practice. Includes using the campus radio and/or television facilities. Applied Broadcasting II places emphasis on broadcast production work.

ENG 1111
Composition I
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Composition I is an introductory course in composition and rhetoric emphasizing expository prose. Major focus is on organization, paragraph structure, and elimination of mechanical errors. The writing course sequence will (1) develop awareness of the writing process; (2) provide inventional, organizational, and editorial strategies; (3) stress the variety of uses for writing; and (4) emphasize critical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. Grade of C or better is required for IAI transfer credit. (Not to be used for humanities credit)

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ENG 1201
Communications
3
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This course is designed to develop the student's appreciation of the value of communication between individuals and between business and industries. It is to provide a practical application for today's trades, business, and industrial workers, particularly in the comprehension and expression of written English as it applies to business letters, reports, and memoranda.

SPM 1211
Sports and Society
3
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The course is designed to explore sports in the context of broader society. Various academic disciplines, including (but not limited to) economics, sociology, history, political science, and psychology will be employed to examine how sports has impacted and continues to impact society as well as how historical developments in society have impacted sports.

ELEC
Math/Science Gen Ed Elective marked
3
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Term Total
15
Semester 3
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Title
Info
CR
SP2018
BRD 2210
Applied Broadcasting III
3
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A skills content course in which students will develop skills in broadcasting principles and practice. Includes using the campus radio and/or television facilities. Applied Broadcasting III places emphasis on developing an appropriate announcing style.

BRD 2219
Sportscasting
3
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Sportscasting explores topics such as broadcast play by play, interviewing, anchoring a radio or TV sportscast, and covering features and sports stories. The course also explores methods and techniques for still photography and video production for the purpose of content creation. Students will learn the skills required of professional photographers and picture editors in creating photographic and multimedia packages.

SPM 2210
Activity Planning
3
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This course will provide students with an understanding of programming and planning in Sport Management. Students will get a thorough understanding of the sport/event marketing and promotions, scheduling, staffing and facility management. PREREQUISITES: SPM 1201 Intro to Sport Management, SPM 1202 Recreation and Leisure, or consent of instructor.

ELEC
Humanities Gen Ed Elective marked
3
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Social Science Gen Ed Elective marked
3
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Term Total
15
Semester 4
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Title
Info
CR
SP2018
BRD 2211
Applied Broadcasting IV
3
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A skills content course in which students will develop skills in broadcasting principles and practice. Includes using the campus radio and/or television facilities. Applied Broadcasting IV places emphasis on entry-level job preparation.

BRD 2218
Sports Media
3
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Sports media and informatics training includes writing press releases, distributing media content, taking pictures, producing media guides, and arranging interviews. Students will explore the relationship between sport and social media platforms with an emphasis being placed upon real-world projects.

BRD 2221
Radio/TV Internship
2
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This is a practical experience course in which the student is placed in a radio or television station or related broadcast area for work experience. An individual training agreement will be developed for each student enrolled and signed by the employer, student, and college coordinator. The student will be supervised by the employer and the college coordinator. Variable internship hours based on 75 hours equated to 1 semester hour of credit. PREREQUISITE: 2.0 grade point average in all classes prior to the internship.

BRD 2225
Radio/TV Seminar
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This course is designed to correlate with the internship experience. Student reports, panel discussion, and class discussion pertinent to the internship experience will be presented.

SPM 2202
Diversity in Sports
3
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This course will explore how historical and modern practices have impacted opportunities and experiences of various cultural groups in American sport. The course will look at diversity issues as they relate to race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexuality, and physical ability/disability. Diversity issues in sport will be related to society in a larger scale. Students will study the impact and interconnectedness of diversity issues in sport and society.

ELEC
Speech Gen Ed Elective marked
3
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Term Total
15
Recommended Electives
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SP2018
BMK 1203
Advertising
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This course is a survey of the methods and techniques of advertising. Course discussion includes the history of advertising, advertising cycle, selection of media, analysis of copy and displays, preparation and layout of copy, trademarks, slogans, campaigns, costs and measurement of results.

BMK 2101
Principles of Marketing
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A survey of the field of marketing as comprised of the four marketing functions:price, product, promotion, and distribution. The course emphasizes the changing field of marketing as a facilitation of the flow of goods, services and ideas from producers to consumers. Focus is placed on customer relationships by understanding skills necessary to develop a customer focused organization. Integrated throughout the course is the importance of determining and fulfilling customer needs and expectations while managing quality and maintaining a profitable organization. Throughout the course students will consider the role of marketing in business, non-business and personal applications.

BRD 1207
Writing for Media
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This writing course focuses on issues affecting media publishing and the basic writing skills necessary to create messages for the multimedia environment, such as web-based and other digital formats including text, audio, and still and moving images. Students will study digital publishing and distribution models and issues such as piracy, social media, and digital rights management.

BRD 1208
Social Media
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Students will explore the basic techniques of planning, conducting, and reporting qualitative human communication research and will be tasked with creating and producing their own social media and viral-marketing campaign. Students will focus on the development, use, critical evaluation, and regulation of new electronic communication and prepare to function as developers and managers of digital communications media.

GEN 1207
e-Portfolio Development
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Development of a student e-Portfolio is a purposeful collection of student work that exhibits the student's efforts, progress, and achievements in one or more areas covering their program's identified outcomes. The course will provide instruction on what a student e-Portfolio is; what it means educationally to the student; and what types of educational artifacts to include in the e-Portfolio. GEN 1207 is the first course in a series of three portfolio courses that must be completed by students, the other two courses are CIS 1210 and GEN 2207.

GEN 2207
e-Portfolio Assessment
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The course covers the completion, review, and assessment of student e-Portfolio using current e-Portfolio software that allows for publication, external access, and faculty evaluation PREREQUISITES: GEN 1207 e-Portfolio Development and CIS 1210 e-Portfolio Mechanics.

Term Total
Program Total
60


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