The Journalism concentration develops the reporting skills necessary for on-air personalities, writers and producers.
Hone your skills while learning the fundamentals of accurately and effectively communicating a story through digital, print, and broadcast media.
Journalism students learn about reporting through digital, print, and broadcast media. This concentration prepares students for a wide range of careers such as reporter, writer, editor, producer, on-air personality, and more. All Communication majors also take a foundational selection of courses in public speaking, communication law and research, public relations, mass media, graphic design, and journalism.
Journalism is offered as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. The B.A. degree requires an additional twelve hours of foreign languages.
|University Core Courses||42|
|COM 102||Communication Research & Writing||3|
|COM 103||Fundamentals of Digital Communication||3|
|COM 202||Interpersonal Communication||3|
|COM 304||Public Speaking||3|
|COM 338||Media in Society||3|
|COM 442||Communication Law||3|
|COM 443||Public Relations||3|
|COM 480||Communication Internship||3|
|COM 499||Senior Portfolio||1|
Introduction to Journalism
|Journalism Concentration Courses||18|
|COM 334||Digital Media Workshop||3|
|COM 360||Social Media Communication||3|
|JOU 101||Journalism Lab I||1|
|JOU 201||Journalism Lab II||1|
|JOU 301||Journalism Lab III||1|
|JOU 334||Multimedia Journalism||3|
|JOU 454||Public Relations Writing||3|
|JOU 455||Sports Journalism||3|
(Bachelor of Arts only)
(Bachelor of Science Only)