Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: December 14, January 15
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $100
Intakes: Fall, Spring
International tuition: $26,610
Domestic tuition: $26,090

Program overview

You’ll take Intro to Radio to learn about career options in the professional radio world. You’ll also take Voice and Articulation to work on your diction, enunciation, and ability to communicate your thoughts effectively to your audience. In Music Radio Broadcasting, you’ll develop your on-air skills as a radio host and see the behind-the-scenes activities of a radio station. You’ll apply your knowledge in Radio Production I by completing hands-on projects, which give you opportunities not only to use music and sound effects but also to master audio-production techniques such as recording, editing, and mixing. The highlight for Radio majors is the Practicum, which you might take as early as the first semester of your junior year. In this course, you’ll work at our award-winning station, WCRX-FM, to gain hands-on experience working in broadcast media. You’ll learn to do the jobs of show hosts, producers, music curators, sportscasters, newscasters, production directors, and online content producers. As you focus on your area of interest in Radio, you may take electives like sportscasting, voiceover, audio theatre, radio storytelling, and club-DJ mixing. Because we’re located in a major media market, many of our seniors and juniors intern at local radio stations.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



  • Duolingo English Test
Students must submit all official educational records of high school, secondary school or college/university work. Official educational records not written in English should include an English translation when possible. In some cases this may require applicants to submit a “leaving certificate” or “graduation certificate” along with their translated, certified educational record. Official educational records not written in English should include an English translation when possible. Proof of English language proficiency is required for admission to the college if English is not your country’s primary language. Duolingo English Test – Minimum score of 105

Career opportunities

Alumni enjoy successful careers as radio personalities, radio talk show hosts, station managers, content managers and providers, technical producers, podcasters, voice actors, and more.

Campus location

Chicago , United States

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