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Journalism

Today’s news content comes to us not only through print media and television, but also from our computer screens, tablets, smaller devices and of course, radio. Its creation and dissemination is multiplatform and global. As a Journalism student, you will develop competencies in writing, research and production techniques as well as gain knowledge from a solid foundation of liberal arts courses. The program’s dedicated high-definition facilities represent what is current in the industry and enhance learning in a digital environment.

Career Opportunities

  • Journalist
  • Reporter
  • Writer
  • Editor
  • Public Relations
  • Fundraising Manager
  • Technical Writer
  • Correspondent
  • Broadcast News Analyst

Undergraduate Programs

BA in Journalism

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Journalism is designed to equip students with the skills to develop and deliver compelling, informative content for television, radio, the Internet and other forms of new media.

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Minor in Journalism

The School of Communication & Media (SCM) offers an eighteen-credit Minor in Journalism. The program complements a wide range of majors, anything from political science and history, to biology and environmental sciences, to international relations and business.

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