“Students choose our program because of our outstanding balance of real-world production with a liberal arts education. Our graduates go straight to work with companies in the surrounding area that need effective communicators and producers, including several in the Tulsa television market.”
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The Department of Communications at Rogers State University explores the role of information in our lives, including the technology required to deliver it. A communications degree helps prepare students to be better communicators in an increasingly information-driven world.
More students than ever are choosing to study Communications at RSU. A record 120 majors were enrolled in 2015-16, and there has been a 42% increase in student credit-hours since 2012.
RSU’s broadcast studios are superior for a regional university. RSU Radio (KRSC-FM) is a full-power radio station that includes six audio studios, a state-of-the art transmitter, world-wide streaming and a brand-new music-tracking system.
The 100-seat performance studio includes full lighting and sound, a switcher and three-camera operation, and a fiber-optic connection to RSU Public TV (KRSC-TV). RSU Public TV (KRSC-TV) is the state’s only full-power television station licensed to a public university and produces special interest local programming, children’s programs and documentary features.
- Small class sizes offer students personalized instruction. Theory courses are capped at 25 students, and most production courses are capped at 15.
- Students work with real-world clients in public relations strategies, internships, corporate media production and senior capstone.
- RSU’s broadcast faculty have thirty years of experience in the commercial television industry.
- RSU’s theatre program includes original plays written and/or directed by students, as well as expert direction by our theatre director and other faculty volunteers.
- Practical part-time employment is available for top students in radio operations, television and theatre production.