Journalism majors gain a multi-disciplinary, hands-on learning experience as they are prepared for working in all aspects of news, from traditional newspaper or television stations to TV network reporters or new media entrepreneurs. Students are taught the fundamentals of contemporary American journalism — news gathering, news writing, editing and producing — in an atmosphere which also stresses the ethical and legal responsibilities journalists are expected to uphold.
Major Entry Requirements
- Complete 24 units and have a minimum GPA of 2.00
- Complete JOR 115
- Complete JOR 220 with a grade of C or better
- Complete URI 101