- You never know who you'll run into!
- 2014 alum Jake Newcomb working as A1 Head Audio Engineer for The Lost Colony at the Waterside Theater. The show, which at 80 years is the longest running outdoor symphonic drama, runs a surround sound theater system on the beach of the outer banks, Roanoke island.
- Congratulations to 2013 grad Kristin Spellman on being included in KTUL - Tulsa's Channel 8's Heartland EMMY Chapter nomination.
- Tuesday, May 16th NESCom welcomed students from 10 high schools throughout Maine and New Hampshire for a day of workshop sessions and a taping of The Nite Show, which was produced by the students working in Live Sound, Video Production, & Entertainment Production.
- Tomorrow, we'll welcome students from 10 high schools throughout Maine and New Hampshire for NESCom Alive 2017, a day of workshops that culminate with the producing of a special "High School" edition of The Nite Show.
- 2008 alum Josh Mason is hard at work at SeaWorld in Orlando as a hardware tech on the first Orlando-area virtual reality roller coaster. He's building the onride computers that will run the virtual reality component on the newly updated Kraken ride. #socool
- Our founder, George Wildey will receive an honorary doctorate at today's Husson University 2017 commencement. Here is is with NESCom Dean Marie Hansen and Husson President Robert Clark.
Program RequirementsBachelor Degree candidates are required to successfully complete 120 credit hours for their degree. Credits include a minimum of 72 communications credits and 48 general education credits and must meet specific distribution requirements.
Length of Program
Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications Technology, Mass Communications or Entertainment Production program takes four academic years (8 semesters). Each semester is 15 weeks. The fall semester begins the day after Labor Day. The spring semester begins the third week in January and concludes the second Friday in May. Students are required to complete programs in a time span not to exceed one-and-a-half times the normal length.
- Lecture: 15 hours per 1 credit
- Lab: 30 hours per 1 credit
- Internships: 45 hours per 1 credit