08.03.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
SBE-established curriculum guidelines available to post-secondary schools

Post-secondary schools that want to offer a broadcast engineering curriculum can now turn to the Society of Broadcast Engineers for help.

The society has established a curriculum guideline that will help educators establish a baseline for teaching students seeking to pursue a broadcast engineering career.

According to the society, the SBE National Certification Committee, chaired by Chriss Scherer, appointed a subcommittee to develop the curriculum guide. Ralph Hogan, chaired the effort establishing a set of core competencies and reviewed many existing programs. The result is the sample curriculum that is now available to any institution of higher education wishing to create its own program.

Schools wishing to receive a copy of the curriculum should contact Linda Baun, certification director at the SBE national office.

For more information, please visit: www.sbe.org.

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