Electronic Media Communication Major
Do you want to work in the TV, film, radio or recording arts industry?
The electronic media communication (EMC) major helps students develop practical skills in the fields of broadcasting and electronic media. Students learn by using top of the line equipment and software that will have them familiar with current media technology.
University of Northwestern has a legacy of using broadcast technology for ministry, and students will develop a critical understanding of electronic media and its relationship to faith in the world.
Students discuss being part of award-winning WVOE and its state-of-the-art facilities.
Four tracks of study
Sundance Film Festival: A Northwestern First!
Professor Ann Sorenson and six film students will be making a first ever Northwestern appearance at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January. For one week Sorenson and her students will be screening upcoming films and joining five other university groups every morning to participate in the Windrider Forum, a gathering of Christian filmmakers and students focused on faith-based discussion and learning.
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Five16Film Festival hits an all-time high
Named for Matthew 5:16, the Five16 Film Festival showcases the work of UNW student filmmakers in the categories of comedy, drama, music video and animation. Students' films are judged by Northwestern faculty, alumni, and film professionals from around the country.
WVOE receives NRB college radio station of the year award
For the third year in a row, WVOE received NRB top honors when it was given the college radio station of the year award, an incredible honor which is presented to an outstanding student -operated radio station in which professional involvement must have been limited to advising and teaching students how to operate the station.
“I enjoy my Electronic Media Communication major because I like keeping up with all the technological changes that are happening and you can't beat the awesome professors we have here at UNW!”
Derek – Ham Lake, Minnesota