Free Online Broadcast and Digital Communication Courses from Top Universities

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Broadcast and digital communication courses are offered online for free. Students will learn about optical components and digital communication systems, among other areas of study.
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Free Broadcast and Digital Communication Courses

MIT and Open University are two universities with courses listed below that offer online courses in broadcast and digital communications. Students can access these course from their home computer or laptop.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

MIT offers courses in digital communication. Students will be assigned readings, in addition to having video lectures for resources.

Open University

This intro to digital communications course will focus on optical-fiber communications. The course is for advanced students and it will take approximately 20 hours to complete.

Free Online Broadcast and Digital Communication Courses At a Glance

Course & School Program Level Format Assignments Quizzes & Exams Downloadable
Principles of Digital Communication I course from MIT Graduate Text/lecture notes/video lectures Yes Yes Yes
Principles of Digital Communication II course from MIT Graduate Text/lecture notes/video lectures Yes Yes Yes
Digital Communications course from Open University Advanced Text Yes No Yes

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    1. Full Sail University

    Program Options

    Master's
      • Master of Fine Arts - Media Design
      • M.S. - New Media Journalism
    Bachelor's
      • B.S. - Media Communications
      • B.S. - Web Design and Development
      • BS - Sportscasting
      • B.S. - Digital Cinematography
  • Online Programs Available
    2. Liberty University

    Program Options

    Master's
      • MA: Communication
  • Online Programs Available
    3. Colorado Christian University

    Program Options

    Associate's
      • Communication Studies, A.A.
  • Online Programs Available
    4. Purdue University Global

    Program Options

    Bachelor's
      • BBA: New Media and Internet Marketing
  • Online Programs Available
    5. Regent University

    Program Options

    Master's
      • M.A. in Journalism
  • Online Programs Available
    6. American University

    Program Options

    Master's
      • Master of Arts in Strategic Communication
      • Master of Arts in Strategic Communication - Advocacy and Social Impact Concentration
  • Online Programs Available
    7. Independence University

    Program Options

    Bachelor's
      • Graphic Arts (BS)
      • Graphic Arts - Information Design Emphasis (BS)
      • Web Design and Development (BS)
  • Online Programs Available
    8. Penn Foster High School

    Program Options

    High School Diploma
      • HS Diploma
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    University of Oregon

  • Dayton, OH

    University of Dayton

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Full Sail University

  • Master of Fine Arts - Media Design
  • M.S. - New Media Journalism
  • B.S. - Media Communications
  • B.S. - Web Design and Development

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Liberty University

  • MA: Communication

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Colorado Christian University

  • Communication Studies, A.A.

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Purdue University Global

  • BBA: New Media and Internet Marketing

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Regent University

  • M.A. in Journalism

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American University

  • Master of Arts in Strategic Communication
  • Master of Arts in Strategic Communication - Advocacy and Social Impact Concentration

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Independence University

  • Graphic Arts (BS)
  • Graphic Arts - Information Design Emphasis (BS)
  • Web Design and Development (BS)

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Penn Foster High School

  • HS Diploma

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