CSB is a tech school... you get what you put in but I've been a graduate for 3 years now jobs have been available but a 4 year degree is best...for instance all instructors have a bachelor degree
The associates degree is designed as a two year program of study as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college, and provided the student does not require prerequisite coursework as a result of basic skills testing. There are some programs of study that may take a bit longer depending on the number of credits required. Usually these are programs within the health related fields. In addition, for students who require developmental coursework as a result of basic skills testing, it would take longer. How much longer would depend on the extent of the developmental courses they are required to take. Evidently, those individuals who attend college on a part-time bases would also extend their time in school. How much longer would depend on the credit load carried each semester. Typically, an associates degree takes between 60 and 64 credits to complete depending on the specific school, program of study, and state mandates.
A bachelor's degree in most areas can require between 120 to 128 college credits particular to a specific program of study. This would be based on a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year which is the most common. For institutions that operate on a tri-semester or quarter-semester it would be quite different. That being said, the Bachelor's degree - in most cases - is designed as a four year program of study, provided the student is full-time and follows their chosen program of study as prescribed by the college or university, and also provided the individual does not require prerequisite or developmental coursework as a result of basic skills testing. The minimum credit load for a full-time student is no less than 12 credits per semester. However, to complete the degree within the four years, a credit load of approximately 15 to 18 credits is recommended. For individuals who work or who have other responsibilities that would prohibit them from attending full-time, completion of the degree may take twice as long. Still, some of this time can be cut down by attending summer sessions and/or interim sessions. Still, there are some colleges and universities that offer accelerate programs. In addition, the bachelors and associate degrees are referred to as undergraduate degrees while the masters and doctorate degrees referred to as graduate degrees.
Do your best to stay away from private institutions that are not regionally accredited. There are community colleges that offer two year degrees in TV, Radio Broadcasting under their communications degree. This may also lead to a four year bachelors degree if you so choose. The bachelors would take an addition two years after completion of the associates degree.
According to how long Pete the Intern from the Howard Stern show is taking at least a couple of years. LOL DQ
$13,000. plus 50.00 tuition fee.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting was created in 1964.
Yes, it is worth going to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Going to the school will help you get a job in broadcasting.
Good schools to study radio broadcasting are the Connecticut School of Broadcasting and Radio Broadcast Wisconsin. Online courses are also beneficial.
I recommend the American Broadcasting School Online, it is great and really convenient. I used the Academy of Radio and Television Broadcasting and was very satisfied.
National Broadcasting School was created in 2003.
CBS holds the broadcast rights for the New England Patriots in Connecticut.
Good Karma Broadcasting was created on 1997-08-20.
Westminster School - Connecticut - was created in 1888.
Grove School - Connecticut - was created in 1934.
Connecticut Friends School was created in 1998.
Canterbury School - Connecticut - was created in 1915.