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Broadcast Communications

The broadcast arts are fast-paced and ever-changing. Where will you land—television, the radio, or online? Will be you be a reporter, director, web producer, video editor, or sound engineer?

Whatever your career destination, you’ll benefit from a unique partnership between Schoolcraft and the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts leading to an industry-recognized associate degree in broadcast communications.

  • Start the program at either school.
  • Spend a year at the Specs Howard studios in Southfield honing your skills and earning credits toward your degree.
  • Earn the balance of your credits at Schoolcraft.
  • Get hands-on experience through Schoolcraft’s Video
  • Production Club, working broadcasts of Plymouth Whalers hockey games, Schoolcraft College athletics, and community events
  • Join the ranks of program graduates who have found work at local and national radio and television stations and in the film and television industries.

Credential Options

Credential Options Table Key


  • Broadcast Communications

** Articulation with Specs Howard School of Broadcasting

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