Studying Journalism

Journalism is the job of collecting, writing, and editing news stories for newspapers, magazines, television, radio, and the internet. Journalism informs people about events in their community, their nation, and the world. It also helps citizens form opinions about current affairs. The journalism program prepares students to become successful professionals in broadcast and print journalism.

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Achieve written and visual communication proficiency
- Disseminate messages through multiple media platforms.
- Understand the professional code of ethics and apply it.
- Demonstrate strong writing and editing skills.
- Conduct research, choose interview sources for news stories, and present the resulting news stories in a clear and concise fashion.

Career Opportunities

Graduates work as newspaper, magazine, or website editors, political analysts, broadcast journalists, social media specialists, political consultants, and press officers.

The History of the Present


To Graduate

Core Requirements: 18 Credits
Major Requirements: 51 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Elective: 3 Credits
Language Requirement: 3 Credits
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