Podcasting, Undergraduate Certificate

The certificate in Podcasting prepares students to produce, edit, and share engaging podcasts using a range of audio digital content. Students will develop narratives, learn best practices for conducting interviews and storytelling, learn how to write effectively for the podcast medium, and acquire skills for how to engage audiences and distribute their finished content to a mass audience. Working with state-of-the art equipment, students will acquire the technical skills needed to produce substantive audio content. The certificate is designed to serve students in any major looking to deepen their knowledge and practice of the podcasting medium as well as adult learners and professionals who wish to explore podcasting and create their own.

Courses taken for this certificate may also count towards the Communication and Film, Television & Audio majors.

View course descriptions in the University Course Catalog:

Program Details

  • Level: Undergraduate; Entry Level to Intermediate
  • Eligibility: Current WP Students; Non-WP Students
  • Credit or Non-Credit: 12 college credits (4 courses)
  • Instruction Method: Traditional and online courses available
  • Average Time to Completion: Three semesters; summers optional

Skills Developed*

  • Communication
  • Technology

*Categories based on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) key Human

Noteworthy Careers Supported by this Certificate

  • Host
  • Editor
  • Copywriter
  • Show Notes Writer
  • Podcast Script Writer

Contact us

Dr. M. Cascardi, Chair
Hamilton Hall

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