Producing Effective Communication Professionals
Do you desire to become a communication professional who is rooted in Christian values from a strong biblical perspective? Are you being called to creatively use your talents and gifts to advance the cause of Christ? The Communication & Media Arts Department at LBC may be the perfect fit for you. These programs are designed to produce effective communication professionals through industry-focused courses and hands-on experiences. Learn to work collaboratively and thrive alongside other creatives through practical, real-world media production opportunities across our campus, into our community and around the world.
Jesus Christ is the Great Communicator, revealing to the world the truth of God’s plan of salvation. Paul was a great communicator, preparing the foundation of the early church to be a light in the darkness. You, too, are called to be a great communicator. Built on a firm foundation of media ethics and creative practices, students will also major in Biblical Studies, developing a strong biblical worldview to equip them to represent Christ well while pursuing excellence in their field.
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During their time at LBC | Capital, CMA students have the opportunity for hands-on experience that strengthen their skills and knowledge while also providing enrichment to the college community. Opportunities for student-directed media include radio broadcasting in our in-house radio station (an exact replica of local Christian radio station WJTL’s setup), intro to video production or journalism and production with the student newspaper, college yearbook or Charge magazine. Check out our students’ work.
A short film co-produced and edited by LBC | Capital’s own Ryan Geesaman is wrangling up award after award. Most recently, the film called “Calf Rope” took third place for Best Short Film at the International Christian Film & Music Festival and was also chosen as Best of the Fest at the Dreams Come True…
LBC | Capital students on the Lancaster campus had the unique opportunity on March 30, 2021, to pre-screen an important film before moviegoers around the nation. The student-led group, Students for Life, in cooperation with a faculty member in the Communication & Media Arts (CMA) Department, organized and hosted the movie night and pre-screening of…
Students at LBC | Capital’s Lancaster campus are getting a chance to stretch their creativity muscles this spring, as two new groups focusing on art and creative writing are taking shape. First, The Creatives, the new art club on campus, was started by Communication major Joshua Kinyanjui (’22) after encouragement by a staff member to…