The journalism program gives you theoretical and practical experience. You will develop an understanding of the news media's essential role in society and get practical
reporting experience. You can take classes in publications and Web design, reporting, photography, and media ethics. You will do an internship to give you professional experience.
Journalism students are required to minor in another department to gain a broader liberal arts background. The program gives more than $30,000 in scholarships to talented journalism students
each year. Students may earn either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree.
Department Core - 15 Hours
||Public Speaking Recommended, or Comm 101
||Media and Society
||Introduction to Research in Communications
||Communication Ethics or other capstone course
||Internship Recommended, or Comm 495 - Senior Capstone Experience
|Each Concentration - 15 Hours|
|* General Education||
||World Wide Web
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