Stephen F. Austin State University

Radio-Television

The radio-television program is designed to prepare students for a professional career in electronic media. Courses provide a balance between creative work and theory. Classroom assignments emphasize hands-on experience through participation in both audio and video laboratories. The radio-television labs are equipped with computer, studio and field production technology, including facilities for digital and non-linear editing. Coursework is enhanced by experience gained at SFA-TV2 and KSAU-FM. These two stations produce programming that is distributed to the public by cable and over-the-air channels.

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Student Organizations

Various organizations add out-of-class education to the in-class instruction students receive at SFA. The following organizations enhance personal and professional development and networking skills. Furthermore, these organizations provide opportunities for leadership and interaction with fellow students, faculty and professionals in the field of communication.

Association For Women and Men in Communication: Purpose is the advancement of both women and men in all fields of communication. Membership is open to any communication major or minor.

Pi Kappa Delta: Promotes knowledge, understanding and practice among competitive debate and forensic students.

Lambda Pi Eta: National honor society for communication students.

National Broadcasting Society (Alpha Epsilon Rho): Encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among students of broadcasting, promotes the advancement of education in the art and science of broadcasting and fosters integrity in the art and science of broadcasting. Emphasis is placed on establishing meaningful communication between students and professional broadcasters.

With more than 200 student organizations on campus, radio/television majors are encouraged to join, participate and become leaders in other organizations.

For more information, contact the Division of Communication and Contemporary Culture at jhendricks@sfasu.edu or 936.468.4001.