Need advising help?
Step 1: Learn About BECA's Degree Requirements
Prior to scheduling your first advising appointment, watch the video to learn about the courses required for BECA majors.
Step 2: Start the BECA Advising Form
Download the BECA Advising Form and fill in any courses you've taken already. Bring this form with you to every advising session to plan and track your courses.
Step 3: Meet with a Faculty Advisor
You may meet with any of our faculty advisors, but we suggest you select an advisor with a focus area that matches your area of interest. Click on the faculty advisor to find their office hours and contact information.
BECA Faculty Advisors
|Melissa Camacho||TV Theory, Media Criticism; Graduate Advisor, International Exchange Advisor|
|Jiyoung Cha||Media Management, New Media and Audience Behavior|
|Andrew Hongo||Broadcast Journalism and Video Production|
|Dina Ibrahim||Performance, E-sports and Broadcast Journalism|
|Jeff Jacoby||Audio and Radio Production|
|Ashley Larson||Media Effects, Broadcast Journalism and Sports|
|Scott Patterson||Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts Research|
|Vinay Shrivastava||Audio Production and Sound Aesthetics|
|Miriam Smith||Media Management and Law|
|Yumi Wilson||Broadcast Journalism|
|Lena Zhang||TV Field Production and Editing|
Visit our Forms section of this website to find any advising forms you may need.
Majors in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts (LCA) should consult with two advisors each semester:
- an advisor in the major and
- a general education and university requirements advisor in the Advising Resource Center (ARC) for LCA
Students who are completing a minor or an additional major should see an advisor in those programs as well.