Combine your passions for writing and updating people on breaking news and the latest stories in their community with the Journalism program.
The Journalism program is designed for students who want to become journalists in a wide range of areas—from newspapers to magazines to TV to radio to websites and everything in between.
Practice What You Learn
As a Journalism student, you’ll have access to various labs and studios such as the Multimedia Studio, Radio Station and Phelps 101.
These will be the primary spaces where you complete individual and group projects for your classes.
Careers in Journalism
Journalism students have been hired for newspapers, magazines, TV stations, websites, private businesses, non-profit organizations and government agencies.
Other graduates have moved on to careers such as a(n):
- Book Publisher
- Copy Editor
- Editor for newspapers, magazines and/or websites
- Print Production Manager
- Technical Writer