St. Bonaventure University

Video Production Program

The major in Video Production is designed for students who want to use their creativity and technical prowess to create dynamic videos for television, film, streaming networks, sports corporations and nonprofits.

Video Production is a skills-based program focused on video communication. It provides instruction for students interested in working behind the camera, and in careers beyond newsrooms.

Our students get hands-on experience, in the field and in studio, in news, game and post-production. Our faculty are experienced professionals who are passionate and willing to spend lots of one-on-one time with you to help you achieve your goals.

The flexible Bachelor of Arts degree plan that allows you to choose a path that aligns with your passions.

Prepare for a career rich with opportunity

Video production professionals are in demand. “In New York and the nearby states, employment is projected to increase in the top five most relevant occupations for bachelor’s level video production professionals faster than the average regional employment growth across all occupations from 2018 to 2028,” according to Educational Advisory Board research.

Drawing on more than 70 years of communication education, the Jandoli School of Communication prepares video professionals for a rapidly changing industry with an education grounded in ethical storytelling.

Logo for the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass CommunicationThe Jandoli School offers five other undergraduate degree programs: Journalism, Strategic Communication, Sports Media, Broadcast Journalism and Media Studies. All programs are accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Our alumni work for major media outlets including ESPN, NBC, Fox News, Starz, and numerous local broadcasters, agencies and major corporations.

Learn by doing: 400 hours of internships

All Jandoli School majors are required to complete 400 hours of on- or off-campus internships. It's a demanding obligation, but one that paves the road to your future success in the broadcast industry.

Students also enjoy a 6-credit experiential learning opportunity that puts them in professional situations with close faculty mentorship.

You will be prepared for the challenge with instruction in our new and recently renovated facilities that include the latest technologies and equipment to help you to be job ready at graduation.

You can help satisfy the 400-hour internship requirement and gain valuable experience, by joining our on-campus broadcast outlets. Our students have produced broadcasts for SBU-TV for years, and we recently expanded the reach of our broadcasts on cable TV and internet provider Spectrum.

  • Program Information

    Bachelor of Arts in video production

    Communication minor

    Learning objectives

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