School of Arts and Communication Department of Journalism and Communication Studies The Bachelor of Arts in Journalism program at LIU Brooklyn capitalizes on its location in New York City, the media capital of the world, to prepare students for a wide variety of media careers. A cutting-edge curriculum, dynamic faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and internships with leading media organizations create a foundation for professional success. The program offers concentrations in magazine and sports journalism, as well as broadcasting, marketing, and public relations. The program in Communication Studies at LIU Brooklyn leads to a Bachelor of Arts in Speech. The study of communication is vital for our public life as a nation, for our individual careers and for our interpersonal relations. Communication Studies empowers students to become effective communicators, resulting in improved social interactions, greater academic success and the realization of career goals.
The media business is vital to our society. In our dynamic digital world, with the flood of information that surrounds us, there is an increasing demand for responsible and skilled journalists to provide news and commentary that informs civic dialogue, and to report on the latest trends and events in culture, entertainment, sports, technology, fashion, politics and much more. The LIU Post Journalism program provides students, both majors and minors, with the skills to use new and traditional media to inform and engage the public. The 120-credit Bachelor of Fine Arts in Journalism provides you with an understanding of the increasingly complex task of reporting, writing, editing and delivering the news in a multimedia environment. Students are trained to create stories using text, video, audio, photography and social media for delivery across multiple platforms. Journalism students are strongly encouraged to select a minor in another field, such as a science, social science or business to better prepare them to report in a specific content area with deeper understanding.
The Journalism program will provide you with training in television, radio, digital journalism and documentary skills. You’ll gain a higher degree of competency and knowledge and be prepared to obtain entry level positions in television, radio, digital journalism and information programming.
Sheridan’s new and improved two-year Journalism diploma program is designed to produce versatile graduates who are equipped to thrive in the fluid and flexible digital media era. Prepare for the newsrooms of today ... and tomorrow 21st century journalists work in an ever-changing global media landscape. They're tech-savvy storytellers who find and report the news using sounds, images and words, seamlessly weaving these elements together for a variety of platforms: websites, social media, newspapers, magazines, radio and television. Our program will help prepare you for this new media world. Tell the story As a Sheridan Journalism student, you'll learn from the best. Our award-winning and forward-thinking professors are drawn from Canada's busiest and most progressive newsrooms. They'll guide you through a cutting-edge digital curriculum that emphasizes: reporting, writing and editing, social media branding, research techniques, story pitching, web and print design, and data journalism.
The core purpose of those with careers in journalism is to research, document, write and present the news in an honest, ethical and unbiased way. Even though the method for reporting the news is changing, the need for quality candidates within the journalism field isn’t. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a Concentration in Journalism provides you with an understanding of how this profession has changed over time and highlights the new methods and technologies that contribute to journalistic success. You will also learn how to create quality content that drives readership and engagement. What You'll Learn In our BA in Communication/Journalism program, offered 100% online, you will develop your skills in researching, reporting and writing across media platforms, from print and web to social and mobile. A strong emphasis will be placed on the ethical and legal challenges that often arise in this fast-changing field.
Students must apply for admission to the JRNL major. Before applying, students must: 1) Have a minimum of a 2.3 GPA in ENGL 1120 and a Core Social Science course*; 2) Complete ENGL 1120, CMJN 2100 or 2103, and a Core Social Science course* with a C or better; 3) Successfully pass JRNL 1AA0 or JRNL 1100 with a “B” or better; 4) Complete JRNL 2210 with a “C” or better; 5) Successfully complete 30 hours of degree-applicable course credits (including AP and proficiency credits; and 6) Write a 300-word essay explaining how the applicant expects to contribute to the field of Journalism and his/her career goals. See the School adviser or the associate director for Journalism for further information. Students who transfer to Auburn University must apply to the JRNL major and complete one semester at Auburn University before applying for admission. Transfer students are required to take a minimum of 24 hours in the AU JRNL program.
Master the evolving field of journalism through experience in print, radio, TV and the ever expanding opportunities on the web.Mohawk's Journalism program has the highest overall student satisfaction rate of any 3-year journalism program in Ontario. Mohawk's Journalism program gives you the practical skills and knowledge to succeed as a journalist or communications professional in today's multimedia news environment. Whether you want to be a print or television reporter, on-air host, or work behind the scenes, you'll receive the hands-on training and experience you need to enter the exciting world of journalism.You will practice the craft of reporting with state-of-the-art digital equipment, under the guidance of industry professionals.
In Centennial College's three-year Journalism program, you gain the skills you need to navigate and succeed in a changing industry. By going from the classroom to the newsroom, you come to understand the multifaceted and fast-paced journalism industry, which focuses on interesting people, places and things. In this advanced diplom program you: Cover a variety of topics while developing the critical foundation skills you need for the industry. Apply your newsroom skills to an award-winning community newspaper, a magazine, a news website and radio-television news, all of which makes you versatile and industry-ready as soon as you graduate. Develop new multiplatform skills for the evolving world of news reporting. From covering breaking news to exploring human interest stories, as a journalist you will be responsible for reporting events, interviewing newsmakers and examining the issues of our times.
The Program in Journalism empowers students to produce rigorous, verified journalism, developing a strong command of the literary, ethical, analytical, and political dimensions of telling a compelling story in order to have a meaningful impact on public policy. Students learn the practice of reporting and verification and the art of crafting compelling nonfiction narratives in a variety of media.
Our goal is to teach students the values, traditions and skills to practice the art of journalism in our dynamic, fast-changing media landscape. They learn to ask questions, gather information, understand the news cycle and shape the public conversation. They are taught to organize and present information in clear, compelling, creative ways across various media platforms. The CCNY journalism program is a minor, which allows flexibility and options. Some students become professional journalists--reporters, columnists, authors, magazine editors, producers, documentary filmmakers, and digital and social networking specialists—at media outlets across the country and around the world. Others continue to graduate school for deeper, more concentrated training. And still others learn to think, write and create content like journalists and take their training into fields such as public relations, advertising, medicine, science, law, government, teaching, politics, business and the arts. Our program is ideally located in the media capital of the world and in the vibrant neighborhood of Harlem. We draw upon the rich resources of the city and the diversity of our community to enlighten and challenge our students. They use New York City as a laboratory, exploring the city’s neighborhoods, government, art and culture. They have frequent contact with working journalists, industry professionals and community leaders who offer opportunities for networking, mentoring and internships. We also provide students with hands-on experience as reporters, editors, designers and photographers for our award-winning newsmagazine, The Campus, and its companion website. Students also contribute to the ethnic publication, The Paper, and at our state-of-the-art radio station, WHCR 90.3 FM, the Voice of Harlem. Finally, we encourage students to honor and celebrate their own diverse backgrounds, neighborhoods, life struggles, and storytelling traditions. Our hope is to introduce new voices and new perspectives into the mainstream, and to enrich our public discourse.
Global internet communication has had a profound impact on the way news is delivered. However methods of researching, acquiring and writing stories that provide accurate information remain the same. Webster University's Journalism degree programs teaches you to identify and evaluate potential news stories that will impact, inform and engage a defined audience. You'll learn how to tell a story based on an analysis of purpose, audience and available media, and how to maintain global context. Webster faculty are working, professional journalists. Their insight will help you perfect essential elements of reporting, writing and producing news and features for a variety of media, including print, broadcast and online. You'll also get plenty of hands-on training working for the university's award-winning publications: The Journal, weekly campus newspaper; and The Ampersand, a biannual magazine, as well as the university radio station and television studios. International campuses throughout the world provide a unique opportunity for students to learn about philosophies and economic structure of media in developed and underdeveloped countries. In addition to news organizations, corporations are increasingly hiring journalists to gain media exposure, create and execute branding communications, develop crisis communications and maintain blogs to accurately convey products and services they provide.
Get the grounding, and hands-on experience, to work as a professional journalist on our renowned BA Journalism degree. You’ll learn how to tell a great story, and get it ready for publication, across a range of different platforms. Journalism is “the best job in the world”, according to Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Márquez. It’s a job Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya also refers to as “[the act of describing] the life around us for those who cannot see it for themselves". On this course you will learn to do just that – telling the fascinating stories of our constantly changing world to an audience that could be as a small as a village, or as big as mankind. We’ll work with you to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become a multimedia journalist. Learning to produce different types of stories, from breaking news to investigative reports, you will explore writing in different contexts, from local newspapers to national magazines, and radio to social networks. Over your three years, you will delve into different thematic areas of journalism, such as politics, sports, music, travel and international news. You will study how journalism helps to shape public opinion and popular culture; and analyse the political, economic and legal conditions in which journalists produce their stories. We’ll also look at the structure of the media industry, and current trends and developments in our profession. The course is taught by experienced academics who have worked as journalists for the BBC, The Guardian, Reuters and the Financial Times. We have two well-equipped multimedia newsrooms, where you’ll get first-hand experience of working in a fully functioning and richly creative professional environment. Alongside this, you will have the chance to hone your skills with work experience in London’s huge media hub. You’ll be encouraged to apply your skills in a real work setting, build a strong CV and make key industry contacts. There’s also the option to learn shorthand and a foreign language as a part of your degree.
CAMPUS Texas is the campus of one of the most famous, prestigious and popular educational institutions of the region, University of North Texas. The latter offers a wide range of specialties, annually produces qualified specialists, 95% of whom find work in the first six months. University of North Texas is one of the top 25 universities in the United States. He is a large public, research university with a personality-oriented approach to learning. The University of North Texas does not just train highly qualified specialists. Here students receive a great social experience. Graduates possess important communication skills for life in modern society. They are real citizens of the world.
The university provides accommodation in the hostel on the campus. Foreigners are accommodated in 1-2-bed rooms with private facilities. In the general access to the residence there are rest rooms, self-training, a games room, a kitchen-dining room, a laundry, an internal sports infrastructure. For students of the preparatory program, board meals are provided.
The cost of living: from 9300 USD for the academic year (9 months), including meals.