Start planning your spring semester by reviewing the list of Journalism and PR courses we'll be offering.
Get ahead this Winter or complete a class from home in the Spring by taking one of our online courses.
Make an appointment with an advisor to learn more about the major and its PR and Sports Journalism concentrations.
Prof. Nick McBride's Community Journalism course connects Journalism majors with students at Commerce High School.
Live Digital Sports Production I and II gives students hands-on experience and opens new opportunities.
Karan Chaudhary's determination and focus secured him an internship at National Public Radio.
If you are thinking about adding the Journalism major or joining one of its concentrations, make an appointment with an advisor.
If you are interested in making progress toward your degree this winter or taking some classes remotely in the spring, check out our online course offerings.
Get a head start with your Spring semester planning by reviewing the list of Journalism and PR courses we will be offering. Registration begins with Seniors on November 6-7, followed by Juniors (Nov. 8-9), Sophomores (Nov. 13-14), and First-Years (Nov. 16-17).
"Our department is dedicated to equipping undergraduate students with strong multimedia production skills, the ability to think critically and the capacity to serve as a force for responsibly telling stories that advance the public good."
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