To date, we’ve asked 56 current and past radio, television, and digital communication students about their happiness with their degree. Turns out, they rate it average.
Your major should make you feel excited to put the knowledge and skills you learn to work.
To help you reach the decision that is right for you, we asked students who have pursued a radio, television, and digital communication degree to respond to questions concerning five dimensions of the educational track they chose:
- Course material: Were they interested in the material they learned?
- Intellectual fulfillment: Did they find the coursework intellectually stimulating?
- Job prospects: Did they leave the program with job opportunities?
- Personality: Was the degree a good fit for their personality?
- Overall fit: Were they happy with the program overall?
We examined their responses and combined the rankings to give us an average satisfaction score across all students. This doesn't necessarily reflect how satisfied you would be with a radio, television, and digital communication degree, but it’s a starting point to help you evaluate your options.
How satisfied are radio, television, and digital communication students compared to other degrees?
Overall, radio, television, and digital communication students rate their satisfaction with their degree a 3.1 out of 5. This is low compared to other degrees which average a rating of 3.28 across all degrees. For context, radio, television, and digital communication students rate their happiness similarly to students in Engineering, Criminal Justice and Architecture.
Here are other degrees that have a similar satisfaction rating to radio, television, and digital communication
|Degree||Avg Grad Salary||Satisfaction|
|Human and Consumer Sciences||$48,802|
|Management Science and Quantitative Methods||$88,118|
|Radio, Television, and Digital Communication||$60,244|
|Film and Photographic Arts||$58,619|
Let's break that down further.
Are radio, television, and digital communication students satisfied with what they’re learning?
We asked students about their satisfaction with their course material and overall intellectual fulfillment. Here’s what they said:
These ratings are meant to give you an indication about what other people enrolled in radio, television, and digital communication experienced. While their input is useful, keep in mind that different people have had vastly different experiences, all of which were impacted by their personal motivations, professors, and specific curriculum. Always keep your own goals at the center of your decision-making process when it comes to something as significant as your education.
Did radio, television, and digital communication graduates leave school with good job prospects?
Of course, working towards a degree is also about pursuing your desired career. Here’s what radio, television, and digital communication grads had to say about their job prospects:
These responses represent a wide range of opinions. Things like extracurricular activities, internships and work placements can set you up for success after graduation.
Were radio, television, and digital communication students happy with their degree overall?
This rating takes into account all factors: how demanding the program is, whether graduates felt it was worthwhile, and how fulfilling they found their educational experience.
As you consider this information and input from others, remember above all that your choice should be based on your interests, goals, passions, and abilities. Consider the future and give yourself time. If you’re feeling unsure, click here to take our career assessment and see what path could be right for you.
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