SUNY Cortland’s B.S. in media production — which students can pursue starting in Fall 2020 — is intended for students interested in television, film, radio or the digital arts.
The program prioritizes hands-on training in Cortland’s professional-quality studio space, with 30 credit hours tied to production coursework. Students also will be required to complete a three-credit internship and earn at least one credit through one of SUNY Cortland’s student media clubs.
Graduates will be prepared to work across various media settings.
Modern production facilities
SUNY Cortland is home to several well-equipped production facilities:
- Studio 112 for Multimedia Production: This networked editing facility offers mixed format editing and post-production capabilities, computer workstations with major software and field cameras available for use.
- Studio 119 for Audio Production: The 400-square-foot sound studio and control room serves as home to WSUC-FM, SUNY Cortland’s NPR affiliate radio station.
- Studio 26 for Television Production: The 1,000-square-foot, three-camera television studio includes a fully-equipped control room and fiber connection to the local cable system and campus television network.
Student media clubs
Media clubs include:
- 20CSTV television station
- WSUC-FM radio station
- The Dragon Chronicle newspaper