School of Arts and Sciences

School of Arts and Sciences


The Communication program grooms its students to be ethical, credible, fair and well-rounded media professionals. Our curriculum is focused on preparing students to compete in a global market with integrity and to encourage students to embrace life-long learning as a means to enhance their future career goals. Students are instructed through practical, hands-on activities directly related to their field of study in order to develop the technical skill sets and abilities that are needed to produce visually competent and engaging material.


Lonnie Johnson Jr. Coordinator,
Division of Speech Communication

Degree Options & Study Plans

Broadcast Journalism

Journalists have a responsibility to educate the public about the world’s events and how they are affected by these events. Langston’s Communication Department prepares students to handle this responsibility in front of and behind the camera. With a degree in broadcast Journalism, our students look forward to rewarding careers in radio or television news through hands-on experience.

Degree Options

The Communication program at Langston University offers students a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. Students are also permitted the option of minoring in Broadcast Journalism.

Broadcast Journalism Plan of Study

Broadcast Journalism Course Descriptions

Upcoming Events

Annual Honors Day

April 4, 2024
Involves the business aspects of food and fiber production and marketing. Students who major in Agribusiness will be learning business concepts (marketing, management, human resources management and finance) that can be applied to real-world issues and opportunities within the agricultural and life sciences industries. Our program produces highly trained graduates that possess the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to compete ...

Potential Careers

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Agribusiness Management
  • Commodities Marketing/ Merchandising
  • Banking/Finance & credit

Annual Minority Health Forum

April 25, 2024
The School of Nursing and Health Professions is hosting its Annual Minority Health Forum. This year’s theme is “Mental Health Disparities and Harm Reduction Strategies” and the guest speaker is Farah Antoine-Mayberry, the director of Imani’s Village. The forum will be held in Allied Health Building Room 105 and online via Zoom. You can access the Zoom at: Meeting ...


May 4, 2024
This year’s ceremony is set to be held in person at the W.E. Anderson Stadium on the Langston campus on Saturday, May 4, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. Use #LUGRAD24 to tag tweets and photos before, during and after commencement! Should inclement weather arise, two ceremonies will be held inside the C.F. Gayles Gymnasium. One at 10 a.m. and another at ...