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Entertainment in Broadcasting

Division of
Entertainment in Broadcasting

Broadcasting of visual images, among other media, is especially inseparable from our daily lives. The curriculum of Entertainment in Broadcasting aims to nurture talented entertainers armed with professional knowledge and capabilities required in today's broadcasting environment.

Course Scope

The coursework involves education on the entertainment industry in general to nurture TV directors & staff, actors, singers, dancers, standup comedians and other players in the entertainment industry.


The curriculum centers on practical training using professional equipments to effectively help students acquire basic knowledge on visual media and must-have qualities as an entertainer. Students in each major are required to produce performances and TV programs on their own as an attempt to develop creative capability. On-site training, in close coordination with entertainers actively working in the field, offers students in-depth learning opportunities.


Acting(Theory and Practice) / News Announcing and Reporting(Theory and Practice) / Drama Writing / Program Planning and Writing / Stage Directing and Acting Theory / CF, Modeling, Makeup Practices / Acting Workshop / Stage Acting / Visual Event Planning / Image Making / Digital Editing / Jazz Dance / Choreography / Video Production

Career Opportunities

Actor for Film & TV / Reporter / Video Editor / TV Program Host / Producing Director / Event Planner / Shopping Channel Show Host / Singer / Model
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