Bachelor Programs in Journalism

Compare 22 Bachelor Programs in Journalism

Journalism

Journalism is the professional discipline that involves investigating and reporting events to the public or targeted audience through different forms of media. A Bachelor of Journalism integrates writing and media with ethics and law.

A Bachelor of Journalism allows specialization in areas such as multimedia, broadcast journalism, photojournalism, and print, which can include magazine, newspaper and editing.  Coursework for a Bachelor of Journalism will include focus on such topics as history of journalism, media theory, social impact, visual communications, web design, broadcast news, and investigative journalism, to name a few. Graduates with a Bachelor of Journalism will be prepared for entry-level positions in media, advertising, writing, editing, or photography.

If journalism is your passion, then a Bachelor of Journalism may be the degree waiting for you. Take a look through the options below and find the education that is the perfect fit for you!

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Social Communication Journalism

Ibmec
Campus Part time 3480 hours March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

The course of Social Communication - Journalism Ibmec in Rio de Janeiro prepares the professional to work in the market is today and what is turning. So it is the only degree in Journalism in Rio de Janeiro to be evaluated with maximum score for MEC. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. The course In a world transformed by the communication technologies, the consequences of information transmission impact almost every aspect of our lives. The course of Social Communication - Journalism Ibmec in Rio de Janeiro prepares the professional to work in the market is today and what is turning. So it is the only degree in Journalism in Rio de Janeiro to be evaluated with maximum score for MEC. The course offers a wide range of electives so that the student can direct his training with autonomy and solid theoretical and practical basis, is to work in media, corporate communications, social media and entrepreneurship. A training aimed to understand the value of communication in a democratic and globalized society. Since the processes of production, distribution and funding news to his role in the functioning of the market. The strong Ibmec's business DNA offers the proximity to other areas of knowledge that can complement the training of the journalist's career. The student can also act from the first semester in junior companies, as the agency 217, formed by students from the area of ​​communication and marketing in order to solve problems in innovative ways to their customers, and the code-Content on Demand, where journalism students take cover Ibmec events and other external events, such as FLIP 2013. Ibmec believes in excellence dedicated to providing practical set of additional activities that further the development of marketing skills and a spirit of collaboration and integration. In Entrepreneurship and Internationalisation Centre - CIS, students can work in companies from the first half and enjoy the international coverage through agreements in over 54 institutions worldwide. Job market VEHICLE COMMUNICATION production and editing of news and articles in print media outlets, radio, television and online. Participation of event coverage. Content editing and coordination teams of journalists. CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Office of Communication, the press service, preparation of releases and corporate announcements, development and internal and corporate communication planning run. NEW MEDIA construction sites and content portals, relationship by social networks, production and implementation of programs for online broadcast as videos and podcasts. MARKETING Management of brands and products, customer service, development of public relations policies and corporate communication guidelines with the market. UNIVERSITIES professor and researcher at colleges and educational and research institutes. [-]

Bachelor in Convergence Journalism

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

The convergence journalism is one of the four major concentration areas in the media major. [+]

The convergence journalism is one of the four major concentration areas in the media major. The goals of the media major are to: - Develop skills in production and dissemination of material through the mass media (television, film, Web and journalism) which provide a foundation on which to build specific career skill - Provide a base for a wide range of vocational experiences in media centering on production, direction and management - Provide appropriate preparation for graduate study Journalism Concentration Overview ORU's media major in convergence journalism provides the best of theory and hands-on learning opportunities to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing media industry. The program trains students how to collect information and produce it for a variety of media platforms, from print publications such as newspapers and magazines to broadcast outlets on television, radio and Internet. Today's workforce requires journalists to be flexible and proficient in each medium, and this major is continually updated to equip graduates to be competitive in entering the competitive career field. Students will learn how to: report and write news and feature stories that meet professional standards produce radio and television broadcasts that reach live audiences beyond ORU publish a newspaper and magazine serving the ORU community, develop an online breaking news presence for 24/7 delivery on the Web meet fast-paced deadlines while maintaining accuracy and ethical standards Outcomes A concentration in convergence journalism can lead to a career as: - News reporters - News producers - Assignments editors - News reporters - News producers - Assignments editors - Television and radio anchors and hosts - Voice-over announcers and narrators - TV news photographers Graduates also pursue careers in the fields of: - Magazines - Publishing - Online media. What Do You Have To Look Forward To? Story production, editorials, copy editing, headlines, photo captions, page layouts, reaching radio, television and live audiences...jump in and get your hands dirty...experience convergent journalism. Want more real-life opportunities? Join the Oracle, ORU's award-winning student newspaper or the staff of the Perihelion, ORU's award-winning yearbook. [-]

Bachelor in Journalism

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 7 semesters October 2017 Germany Munich Hamburg Cologne Stuttgart Berlin + 5 more

The social function of the media remains the same whether offline or online. Journalism is about information, education, and forming public opinion. But changes in the media world have also changed the profession of the journalist. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism.

Today journalists are increasingly becoming media makers in a multi-dimensional media world. Thus the traditional tools of the journalist’s trade are no longer sufficient. Real quality journalism now has tougher prerequisites and is becoming more and more challenging – be it tabloid press or political reporting.The Journalism programme offers you a modern and broad-based university course in journalism with a range of different areas of qualification in the two fields of arts journalism and sports journalism. At the MHMK School of Journalism we deliberately emphasize quality journalism and prepare you theoretically and practically for journalistic and editorial work in all the media: TV and radio newsrooms as well as print, online and cross-media settings. Further fields of journalistic activity are offered by production companies, journalist agencies, press agencies, the area of corporate communications, or freelance work. Often excellent professional opportunities arise in the context of your internship.The university is not just one of many places for learning. Practical exercises, intensive exchanges of ideas with real industry professionals and authentic teaching projects are as important to us as the teaching of theoretical principles. That’s what students really appreciate about MHMK.... [-]


Degree In Journalism

Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Spain Salamanca

The Faculty of Communication at the Pontifical University of Salamanca offer the Degree in Journalism with a curriculum tailored to the new educational model with a theoretical and practical approach directly linked to the professional field. [+]

The Faculty of Communication at the Pontifical University of Salamanca Offer Degree in JournalismWith a curriculum tailored to the new educational model with a linked theoretical and practical approach directly to professionals. Studying the Degree in Journalism trains students in skills, abilities and knowledge to practice professionally journalism Information (journalist, editor in print, radio or television), Corporate Communications (director and editor-in cabinets corporate and institutional communication) and new media (content manager in online media) or Communication adviser. Professional outings Professional journalism journalist in any media, traditional or electronic, which operates preparing journalistic and news content. It includes tasks editor, reporter, presenter, speaker, designer and director. Information professional: journalist operates in communication cabinets public or private institutions, which coordinates and implements few jobs informative or communicative need the entity. Professional online communication: journalist dedicated to the processing, editing and management of multimedia information using digital systems. Second degree in the Faculty of Education Graduates in Journalism UPSA be completed in three semesters Degree in Audiovisual Communication or Advertising and Public Relations. Curriculum 1 Visual comunication Law Done Religious and Christian Faith English Research Documentary Sources Language and Literary Writing Communication and written information Oral and written expression History Psychology ICT I Theory of Interpersonal Communication Students must attend only one of the three instrumental subjects offered in this course 'English', 'Research documentary sources' or 'oral and written expression' 2 Communication on television Informative documentation Development of Academic Works with Quality Indicators Print Journalism I Sociology Christian vision of man and society Politic science Radio communication Economy Contemporary History of Ideas Informatic introduction photojournalism Students must attend only one of the three instrumental subjects offered in this course: 'Development of academic work with quality indicators', 'Contemporary history of ideas' or 'Introduction to Computers'. 3 History of journalism Methodology and Statistics radio journalism Theory of Social Communication communication Policy Newspaper design Informative company I Journalism Cultural and Artistic Television journalism ICT II In 3rd, students should only take 3 ECTS of electives (a course). 4 Institutional comunication Information Law Informative Company II Public opinion Sports journalism Digital journalism journalistic ethics Communication Structure Locution and Audiovisual Presentation Argumentative journalism International relations Final Project In 4th, students should only take 3 ECTS of electives (a course). Application procedure: Fill in the online form (accessible from www.upsa.es). You will receive an email in which you explain what documentation must present. Admission criteria: The seats are allocated in order of application. Tuition fees (course 2016-2017): Application square: 500 €. (1) Opening Record: 90 €. (2) Price per year: € 5,700. (3) Price per credit: 95 €. (4) School insurance (mandatory under 28 years): 1.12 €. Payment Methods: The registration fee can be paid in a lump sum or in three installments. Calendar Application and registration: Request place: until 30 September 2016. Registration Period: from May 3 to September 30, 2016. Once admitted, each student will have a term of 21 days to complete their registration within the period previously marked. Advantages of studying in the UPSA We offer a professional training of the first order, recognized by many media in which our students have worked. Academic training focuses on both the theoretical and practical aspects of journalism in any media. The technological resources in all fields journalistic allows students to learn from the first courses professional tools. The Faculty organizes numerous outreach activities with renowned professionals. [-]

Bachelor - Mass Communication

INTI International University & Colleges, Malaysia
Campus Full time January 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Needless to say, effective communication with the masses is a powerful skill, and you can master it right here at INTI. Choose a career in Journalism, Broadcasting, Advertising, Film, Public Relations, or even invent one of your own because the opportunities are limitless. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. REACH THE WORLD Nowadays, we can connect with people anywhere in the world in an instant. Thanks to the Internet and other mass media tools, we are able to share and exchange news, views and information, turn ideas into realities,and even bring about positive changes to society. Needless to say, effective communication with the masses is a powerful skill, and you can master it right here at INTI. Choose a career in Journalism, Broadcasting, Advertising, Film, Public Relations, or even invent one of your own because the opportunities are limitless. Dream it and we will help you make it come true. WE’LL MAKE YOU AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR Industry exposure and training Experience is the best way to learn. An internship at a public relations agency, media organisation or a company such as DiGi Telecommunications, Essence Communication, Media Prima or Creative Juice will prepare you well for the corporate world. Innovative learning Our “Problem-based Learning” and “Project-based Learning” approaches are designed to help you develop effective thinking skills. You will also gain hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art Media Centre and Multimedia Lab. Global partnerships Gaining entry into your dream university is now easier with our partnership with top institutions in the United Kingdom, Australia, United States, New Zealand and Canada. The INTI Media Centre is equipped with a variety of facilities, including a broadcast recording studio, state-of-the-art video equipment, and an editing suite for video production. Programmes Offered BA (Hons) in Mass Communications, in collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK Bachelor of Mass Communication (Hons) Diploma in Mass Communication Diploma in Visual Communication Foundation In Arts [-]

Bachelor Communications and Journalism

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Rutherford Lodi + 1 more

As a communications major at Felician, you will learn to tell your stories to the world! Our close proximity to New York City makes the department an ideal place to prepare for a career in communications, journalism or videomaking. You will learn from professionals with industry experience in the "media capital of the world," including reporters in radio, television and print journalism. [+]

As a communications major at Felician, you will learn to tell your stories to the world! Our close proximity to New York City makes the department an ideal place to prepare for a career in communications, journalism or videomaking. You will learn from professionals with industry experience in the "media capital of the world," including reporters in radio, television and print journalism. Our own student-run radio station, WRFC, is a state-of-the-art facility where you will have the opportunity to design your own show, select music and discussion topics, and run the station's digital radio equipment. The radio studio is located in the Little Theatre complex on the Rutherford Campus. The Little Theater is a 90-seat, black box theater with digital video projection and Dolby Digital 5.1 multichannel surround sound system – often used as a communications classroom for film screenings and student projects. In our fast-paced, media-driven world, employers are looking for effective communicators who can engage audiences inside and outside the organization, make effective arguments and solve problems. We are living in the “Age of Communication!” Programs Bachelor of Arts in Communications The major offers two pathways of study to pursue your special interests: Journalism/Media and Videomaking. Regardless of the concentration you choose, the courses in the core curriculum balance theory and the practical skills necessary for effective, ethical communication in a changing and complex media environment. Students in each concentration are encouraged to take courses in the other concentration in order to enhance the range of their experiences. Journalism/Media Concentration Examine the role of communications throughout history and the way it continues to impact society. Learn about the development, production, and distribution of media in its many forms, especially print, broadcast, and Internet journalism. Study and work closely with faculty who are established professionals in the field. Participate in a vigorous internship program in journalism, public relations, or broadcasting. Train in on-air radio reporting and production using the digital facilities of WRFC Radio Felician University. Gain valuable experience in on-camera reporting using HD camcorders. Videomaking Concentration Explore all aspects of visual storytelling while mastering the skills needed to write, produce, record, and edit your own videos. Work closely with faculty who are established professionals in the field, including professional screenwriters and award-winning videomakers. Put your own creative and organizational skills to work in a professional setting, through a vigorous internship program. Internships will also help you begin to adapt to the obligations and responsibilities of the workplace. Train on state-of-the-art equipment to develop professional-quality portfolios that display your talents to prospective employers in various fields of communication. Create original videos using the program’s HD camcorders and Final Cut Pro editing systems, which offers hands-on-training in all aspects of production. Career Opportunities Journalism/Media Concentration Television Radio Print/Internet Journalism Public Relations Marketing Social media coordinator Videomaking Corporate Videomaking Documentary Videomaking Marketing [-]

Bachelor in Professional Writing

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The concentration in Professional Writing will develop your expression to create stories that speak. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. PROFESSIONAL WRITING The concentration in Professional Writing will develop your expression to create stories that speak. Develop your writing skills in a variety of genres — all with a professional, career-oriented focus. Be in demand. Good writers are always in demand because they can distill a message to its essence, communicate ideas, inspire others, and persuade decision makers. Gain a 21st century edge in today’s industry with instruction in digital publishing and modern skills. And create a portfolio of professional work, ready to help you and that dream job or launch your own business. In the Professional Writing concentration you will be able to choose your own projects, develop your portfolio and gain expertise in areas including: Journalism Creative development (film/TV/web) Internet publishing Editing Marketing Courses in Professional Writing will help you prepare for a career (or graduate studies) in: Journalism Screenwriting Travel writing Writing for the web Literary non-fiction Graphic narrative [-]

Bachelor in Journalism

Miguel Torga Institute of Higher Education (ISMT)
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Portugal Coimbra

The 1st cycle in Journalism Information aims to train individuals capable of performing activities in the media area, specifically within the Journalism and Audiovisual. The graduate must acquire specific skills - covered in the [+]

As this program is taught entirely in Portuguese, candidates must be able to speak and write Portuguese or be willing to learn the language. The 1st cycle in Journalism Information aims to train individuals capable of performing activities in the media area, specifically within the Journalism and Audiovisual. The graduate must acquire specific skills - covered in the scientific basis of the specialty, and additional optional in this curriculum - to work on communication companies, occupying various positions in the structure of the media in the areas of Information, Production and Direction. It also aims to promote synergies with local and national media and communication companies, in order to enable an effective approach to professional reality and the entry of "products" developed by students as part of the practical disciplines. PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Press, Radio, Tv, Cyberjournalism, Photojournalism, Television Production and Direction, Script Writing, Offices for Communication and Image. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS International candidates must fulfill one of the following conditions: - To hold a qualification that gives them the right to apply and access to higher education in the country where it was obtained. The document to be submitted must state the final classification and must be validated by the competent authority of that country. - To hold a diploma of Portuguese secondary education or an equivalent degree. The latter case requires the submission of a document that proofs the equivalence of the non-Portuguese course to the Portuguese education system, stating the final classification. The following applies only to local Portuguese candidates: - To have a high school degree or similar. - To have done the entrance exams established for the respective pair establishment/course (11 History, 13 English, 18 Portuguese) - To have obtained in each of the established exams for the pair establishment/course the demanded minimum mark (95 points on a scale of 0 to 200) - To have obtained on the application mark the demanded minimum mark (95 points on a scale of 0 to 200); - The application mark is obtained from the following formula: Final high school mark or equivalent 50% Entrance exam mark 50% - The conditions covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30 are applied. [-]

Bachelor in Journalism - taught in FRENCH

ESJ Paris - École Supérieure de Journalisme
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 France Paris Belgium Brussels Algeria Algiers Morocco Casablanca Tunisia Tunis Lille Cameroon Douala Senegal Dakar + 13 more

This program is taught in FRENCH. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. This program is taught in FRENCH. Read the official French description and apply here: ESJ Paris Licence en Journalisme [-]

Journalism

Universidad CEU - Cardenal Herrera
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Spain Valencia + 1 more

generale competition: to provide a comprehensive view of the human being in its immanent and transcendent dimension. Achieving this competition implies an attitude of seeking truth from different orders of knowledge about human nature and common personal dignity to all men and women, with particular attention to the ethical and moral implications. [+]

Journalism OFFICIAL TITLE: Degree in Journalism DURATION / ECTS: 4 years / 240 ECTS SEATS / CAMPUS: 75 / Moncada - Alfara PLACE AT: Spanish LEARNING OUTCOMES general skills CG1.- acquire a holistic view of human beings in its immanent and transcendent dimension. Achieving this competition implies an attitude of seeking truth from different orders of knowledge about human nature and common personal dignity to all men and women, with particular attention to the ethical and moral implications. CG2. A rigorous approach to today's society and culture. Achieving this competition involves purchasing criteria that allow understand and appreciate the society and current culture, based on rigorous consideration of the present reality and its historical roots, with attention to the Social Doctrine of the Church, allowing then to participate in responsibly in social life in order to peace and the common good. CG3.- express themselves properly in Spanish. The achievement of this competence implies that the student / to know express correctly and comprehensibly in Spanish, both in writing and orally. Also, students / as may choose to study in Valencian or Spanish Language. CG4.- work proficiently and effectively in English or another foreign language. Achieving this competency involves being able to develop the skills to work proficiently and effectively, both in writing and orally, in English or in another EU skills. CG5.- understanding and analysis of complex propositions, critically, in the context in which they are presented. Achieving this competency involves being able to define, distinguish and relate both the basics and the premises on which the exposure of any argument is built, as well as to state and substantiate the content of synthetic and critically, in the context - scientific, political, media, organizational or type in sea- presented. CG6.- Application of knowledge to problem solving. Achieving this competency involves being able to, from the acquired knowledge, solve problems, or pass judgment on themselves-be they theoretical, practical, moral or technical nature; and make a reasoned, cautious, with empathy and efficiency. CG7.- Being able to gather and interpret relevant data to make your own arguments. Achieving this competency involves being able to develop a hypothesis and plan their demonstration; obtain, interpret and select the information necessary for study; recapitulate the analysis result with arguments that give reason for the process carried out and its results. CG8.- Being able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions. Achieving this competency involves being able to plan a communication process taking into account the subjective and objective environment in which developed and carry it out in a professional manner-in the background and the training effectively using different communication resources . CG9.- Acquisition of entrepreneurship for the culmination autonomous projects, professional and qualified way. Achieving this competency involves being able to design a work plan and undertake its completion in time previsto- with perseverance and flexibility -anticipándose and overcoming the difficulties encountered in their development and integrating the modifications of its becoming exija- professional and qualified way knowing transform adversity sometimes to learn and improve. Joining CG10.- in teams and be able to lead them . Achieving this competency involves being able to integrate into organizations and teams, as well as exercise leadership, contributing assertively and respectful to the delimitation, planning and development objectives. CG11.- Being able to negotiate and manage the assumption of agreements. Achieving this competition involves being able to negotiate, manage and mediate the assumption of agreements conflicting or competing interests from the goal of achieving more just and convenient solution for all environments; seeking the understanding and integration of legitimate positions and rights of each of the parties involved. Orienting CG12.- for quality, excellence and personal sacrifice. Achieving this competition implies instill in the student / a the spirit of personal sacrifice for a job well done. Specific skills CE13.- Knowing the historical, philosophical, social, political and cultural aspects of Social Communication. Achieving this competency involves being able to identify and understand the principles that are at the genesis and configuration of social communication understood as contextual framework of the information profession. Fundamentals delimiting condition the development and make possible the practical realization of journalism. CE14.- know the methods and perspectives of the various branches of research on social communication. Achieving this competency involves being able to identify and understand the currents interpret social communication, and its effects on society. Knowing CE15.- Spanish, international and church media system. Achieving this competence involves learning about businesses and organizations through which they put into practice the social communication and information, understand their structures, working mechanisms and regulatory policies and the consequences of different models in receiving societies . CE16.- Knowing the historical, philosophical, social, political and cultural present. Achieving this competency involves being able to identify and understand the elements that are in the genesis and configuration of events of social topicality and ability to bear them in mind when preparing the information by including it in on journalistic pieces in order that recipients can contextualize the informative story. CE17.- Being able to devise, plan and implement projects and information tasks. Achieving this competition provides competence and ability to search, select, analyze, prioritize and shape messages in order to be disseminated through various media. CE18.- Being able to communicate in the language of each media. Achieving this competency involves being able to develop journalistic messages both in the language of the text-traditional media, photography, computer graphics, radio and television and the new media-multimedia, interactivity, hypertext. CE19.- Being able to locate and manage informatively sources, documentation and specialized content. The achievement of this competence implies search, find and specialized work related material and know now make meaningful information, at the same time useful and appropriate profile of the recipients. CE20.- Become aware of the importance of journalism as a central tool of knowledge and judgment about the reality of today 's societies, as well as the responsibility that entails. Achieving this competition means being able to understand that the work of the journalist-in the various areas of reality in which despliega- has a particular significance in the perception of reality, shaping the ideology and decision making people, which entails considerable responsibility in making professional decisions. Assume CE21.- as an essential value in the practice of journalism social role of information formulated according to the general principles of law, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Social Doctrine of the Church. Achieving this competency involves being able to practice journalism according to a culture of peace, democratic values ​​and respect for consistent person with general principles, rights and enshrined fundamental duties in the Spanish Constitution, Universal Declaration of Human Rights and DSI documentary corpus. Departures EMPLOYMENT Professional Journalist Being today means eagerness to know and understand today, eager to tell conviction and thus contribute to improving society. The White Paper's Degrees in Communication mentions four career paths: Journalistic Editor Information on any support Editor or Press Officer or Corporate Communications Teaching Research and Communication Consultant Manager Portals and Content Editor The journalist can develop their skills in: Traditional media: newspapers, radio, television Supports ciberperiodismo news agencies Press offices and communication Advisory and consultancy communication What makes us different? 1. Experience and trajectory and more than 30 years ripped studies in the area of ​​communication in the CEU University. We are backed by decades forming communicators committed to their profession. 2. The cutting edge facilities Our university offers media and professional resources. You can test your creativity through various challenges offered titration, either inside or outside the classroom. At your disposal are the Center for Audiovisual Production and Multimedia where you can practice your new skills in a digital newspaper or a radio or television producer, also professional competitions in advertising and even a short audiovisual festival. 3. Geared to the new employability We offer the opportunity to study, parallel to grade and free of charge, Title Expert in Sports Journalism, which introduces you to the specialization in the area of ​​sports media and sports journalism on radio, television, newspapers and social networks . And also, we offer you the opportunity to study the Own Degree in Communication and Political Marketing, which links to the transversal competences of the degree and one of its main areas of employability. so you will increase your skills in public speaking and political discourse in our television sets, tools of political marketing and campaign planning. The plus Tools Professional: During the degree'll take most leaning on matters of the profession tools. But you not only end up the knowing handle grade will also be carrying you the competence as evidenced by certificates: Certificate in Graphic Design and Web (202 hours: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Flash, Wix) and Certificate in Mount Audiovisual ( 42 hours Avid). 4. The international dimension free additional training in English from first to fourth to improve the starting level. Opportunities for international internships or exchanges (such as the EFE Agency in Paris, Lisbon, Geneva or Athens, or in European media as the Iberian in London). One of the best international experiences for our students communication are the IPs (International Programmes) 5. Double grades doubles specialist degrees You can take while two university degrees with compatible schedules, with all classrooms in the same facilities and, of course, without paying twice. So are doubles specialist degrees from the University in double degrees. Journalism + Political Science Journalism + Audiovisual Communication Journalism + Advertising and Public Relations [-]

Degree In Journalism With An Emphasis On Media Production

La Universidad Latina de Costa Rica
Campus Full time February 2017 Costa Rica San Pedro

The School of Journalism's mission is to train professionals in the production of messages for the mass information providing this public service to society and in contexts more restricted for the public and private sectors that require broadcast message to contact your internal and external audiences. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. The School of Journalism's mission is to train professionals in the production of messages for the mass information providing this public service to society and in contexts more restricted for the public and private sectors that require broadcast message to contact your internal and external audiences. Requisitos: Bachelor of Journalism. Headquarters: San Pedro Student profile The candidate to study journalism student must have: Good written and oral expression. Spanish language skills. Reading skills and comprehension. Ability to understand, describe and interpret reality. professional field The graduate of the journalism career will be qualified to work as: Reporter in print or electronic media. Press offices makers in public or private institutions. Producer of online news media. Owner of their own alternative media. Advantages Student School is a specialized training of information processing techniques, interviews, analysis and reports from harvesting academic center. The academic center has radio and television laboratories so that students can perform their respective practices. The student has computer labs, including two equipped with Apple Macintosh computers, for practical courses Written Journalism, Graphic Production and Research Seminar on the Internet. The student has free internet access in laboratories also you can rent laptops at the University for their personal use. Undergraduate students can perform their professional practices in the mainstream media in the country. Agreements with universities in other countries where studies can be performed. [-]

Degree In Journalism

Universidad Europea del Atlántico
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Spain Santander

A new social and economic outlook led by the media, requires versatile and capable of critical analysis to provide new knowledge and innovative experiences professionals. In the field of journalism, the strong impact of information and communications technology requires professionals who can adapt to a context characterized by the emergence of new digital media ... [+]

Degree in Journalism A new social and economic outlook led by the media, requires versatile and capable of critical analysis to provide new knowledge and innovative experiences professionals. In the field of journalism, the strong impact of information and communications technology requires professionals who can adapt to a context characterized by the emergence of new digital media, social networks, websites, among others. Journalists should be prepared for the use of emergency access, processing and dissemination of information. With the intention to train professional present and future, the European Atlantic University's acquisition of student competency in arises: Journalistic writing information to various media: press, radio, television and internet. Analysis of communication processes. Ciberperiodismo. Photojournalism. Research and Specialized Journalism. Design and creation of multimedia products. Journalistic documentation. Advertising and audiovisual communication. Professional Outings This degree provides knowledge to practice: Journalist in different media (print, audiovisual and multimedia). Director of documentaries, news reports and television news content. Editor of news reporting for various media. Editor for media and corporate communications. Manager and editor of multimedia content. Professional press offices and press officer in public and private Host informative programs Bilingual education Currently, one of the essential tools in international communication, and the key that opens the possibilities to find a good job both in Spain and abroad, is English. In our country, 80% of the job offers longer require an excellent command of the language and, in many cases, this criterion is imposed over others as the record or career. That is why the European Atlantic University students in all grades from sophomore studying English as a compulsory subject, and from pursuing third year also complete courses in this language. For the previous level of English is not a barrier to access to education, UNEATLANTICO provides personalized instruction, especially during the first year so that all students achieve a sufficient English language skills to successfully overcome those subjects of the career. Thus, regardless of their level of English starting with a global support plan based on mentoring, specific materials and very small working groups, students can follow the lessons in a Spanish / English bilingual system and progressively end bilingual skills will be acquired for the exercise of their profession. Practice your Profession The Campus of the European Atlantic University is designed for students to put into practice his profession from the first year. Thus, the University has modern facilities and well equipped where work environments are reproduced: radio studios, television studios, controls realization, postproduction room, photo lab, lighting and sound, language school and computer rooms. The teaching team encourages college students to get involved in campus life, guides them to put projects and ideas that enable them to develop their career from day one up. The educational model is not limited to meet the curricular activities of the students but to ensure their theoretical and practical training and the full involvement of students in their professional environment. Moreover, the University has many internship agreements with companies from different sectors that complement the university learning and promote the development of generic skills that are needed to them when choosing a job. Teachers, tutors are responsible for guiding and supervising the work of students and thus promote the optimization of contact with the business world. Students collaborate in the digital newspaper of the University, participate in a weekly radio program, develop communication strategies through social networks, news programs made for television, etc. The European Atlantic University helps you to implement your dreams. [-]

Bachelor of Journalism

Green River College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Auburn

Have the first 2 years of your Bachelor of Journalism at Green River. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. You can go anywhere from here. Have the first 2 years of your Bachelor of Journalism at Green River. Green River College International Programs prides itself on the great service it offers to each and everyone of our students. Our goal is to help you to achieve your dream, whether it is to transfer to a top university, better your English or experience the American college life. About University Transfer Pathway (UTP) Green River College's University Transfer Pathway (UTP) Program provides Conditional Guarantee and Designated Pathways to over 30 partner institutions in the United States and abroad. When you apply for either the university transfer or high school completion programs, you can choose to receive a conditional admission letter or statement from one of our UTP institutions listed below. Bring this letter along with your letter of acceptance from Green River to the United States Embassy or Consulate when applying for your student visa. Green River - A leader in university transfer Our 2+2 transfer program offers students an opportunity to start their four-year bachelor's degree. The transfer program provides courses equivalent to the first two years of a university degree. Students can take two years at Green River College, then transfer to a university to complete their four-year degree. Our students are admitted to many top 100 world universities*, as ranked by Shanghai Jiaotong University, including: Brown University, California State University, Cornell University, Hawaii Pacific University, Indiana University, Johns Hopkins, Ohio State University, Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute, Purdue University, San Jose State University, Seattle University, Tufts University, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, UNC - Chapel Hill, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Oregon, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Texas at Austin, University of Virginia, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin Washington State University *Note: Admission to selective universities is highly competitive. Green River College international students have been admitted to hundreds of universities all over the US. Students gain the qualifications needed for admission at Green River and transfer to top universities as third year juniors. Admission is not guaranteed, but our students have been very successful in gaining admission to top universities. Education Requirements In order to obtain a bachelor's degree in the US, all students must complete specific requirements for their major as well as general education requirements which represent a foundation of learning in various areas including Math, Writing, Science, Social Science and Humanities. Students are given freedom to select classes of their choice from general categories. For example, within the "Social Science" category, students can choose any one of the following subjects: sociology, psychology, political science, history, geography and others. The Humanities category includes: art, speech, communications, languages, music, philosophy, and others. Science includes: chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, and others. How does it work? Over 25 universities have offered the  University Transfer Pathway (UTP)  option to any student who is admitted to Green River. The guarantee does not apply to “impacted” majors. This is how it works: 1. Apply to Green River 2. Select a university  – Choose the university from the list. Check the university on the application. Choose one university only. Make sure the university you choose has your major. You will receive the university conditional admission letter or statement at the same time you receive the Green River admission letter. Green River knows how important housing is to the success of a student. This is why our housing staff go the extra mile to give the best experience possible by providing a caring, positive, safe and supportive American living experience. CAMPUS CORNER APARTMENTS Experience traditional American college life at Campus Corner Apartments (CCA) Students enjoy a convenient, on-campus location; comfortable, high quality facilities; an excellent study environment; and an opportunity to get involved and make friends in supportive student community of 340 American and international students. Students must be 17 years old at time of move-in.  Benefits of Living On Campus: Living on campus is convenient! Walking distance to class, library, fitness center, gym and Performing Arts Center Community Center where you can meet and make friends from all over the world Lots of on-site student activities Private and group study areas Easy to get involved in campus activities [-]

Bachelor in Communication

University of Louisiana Monroe
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Monroe

Instruction and learning opportunities in our program are outstanding! Our program values a broad-based and ethically centered education that prepares students for a profession, democratic citizenry, and a productive personal life. [+]

Bachelor in Communication Welcome to the Communication Program Instruction and learning opportunities in our program are outstanding! Our program values a broad-based and ethically centered education that prepares students for a profession, democratic citizenry, and a productive personal life. The School of Humanities offers a B.A. degree and minor in Communication. Students may choose one of four concentrations to complete the degree: Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, and Public Relations. An acquired understanding of communication theory, research, and practice are central to the department’s mission. Effective communication has limitless applications across computer-mediated and face-to-face professional and personal contexts. Co-curricular opportunities in digital media and student performances organizations enhance classroom instruction. The department's internship program places advanced students in positions outside the university, where they contribute substantive service to the community and professions. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Undergraduates will earn a degree in Communication with a concentration in one the following areas: Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, or Public Relations. Effective communication skills have always been in demand in the workplace and are critical to successful relationships in both public and private settings. The digital world also requires cross-cultural and intercultural communication. Therefore, the Communication Program seeks to increase students’ knowledge of communication theory, research, and practices appropriate for public and personal relationships in face-to-face, computer-mediated, and global settings. Students majoring in Communication will complete a set of core communication courses and specialized courses developed for one of the following concentrations:Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, or Public Relations. Students may elect to take courses from all four areas, but must concentrate on one. Students will receive an academic advisor who will assist them in selecting courses to complete university and program requirements. The academic advisor also provides internship and career guidance and encourages academic and professional growth through involvement in student organizations. Ultimately, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to demonstrate the proficiencies necessary for their careers. In addition, majors will be equipped to maintain positive, productive relationships professionally, personally, and globally. Concentrations: Communication Advocacy Digital Media Journalism Public Relations Pursuing a B.A. in Communication NOTE: This information is provided as a reference only and is subject to change. Always verify all curriculum information with your faculty advisor or the dean's office. This curriculum provides students with flexibility, knowledge, and skills to pursue careers in communication advocacy, digital media production, journalism or public relations. Majors in Communication are required to complete core courses plus one of the following four concentrations: Communication, Communication Advocacy Concentration, B.A. Communication, Digital Media Production Concentration, B.A. Communication, Journalism Concentration, B.A. Communication, Public Relations Concentration, B.A. Students are advised to include additional COMM courses among their general electives. Majors may, but are not required to complete a minor. Communication Core Courses COMM 1018: Interpersonal Communication* COMM 2010: Writing for Professional Communicators* COMM 2020: Visual Literacy COMM 4050: Communication Theory COMM 4000: Communication Ethics COMM 4090: Internship (2 cr. hours) COMM 2009 or 2090: Evidentiary Speaking OR Practicum (1 cr. hour) Total of 18 credit hours *These are gateway courses and must be completed first. Degree concentrations: Communication Advocacy Description: Non-profit or for-profit organizations Writing, speaking, leadership, and critical thinking skills to improve society Capacity to adopt, develop and implement diverse sets of communication strategies to articulate what and how changes can be made in numerous contexts. Examples: Legal, Political, Hospital/Hospice, and Campaigns Coursework: COMM 2044 : Organizational Communication OR COMM 2060: Small Group Comm. COMM 3010: Communication and Conflict COMM 3030: Persuasion COMM 3042: Communication & Gender COMM 4004: Intercultural Communication Total of 15 credit hours Digital Media Description: Applied theory Creation of web media content, websites, mobile applications, motion graphics, 3D animation, communication design, and digital cinematic stories (video) Examples: Web Design & Development; Media Development/Mobile Platforms; Video Production/Digital Cinema; TV station editors, camera persons, and other video production related positions; 3D Animation/Motion Graphics (mobile game development, boutique studios, animated graphics for TV/Film) Coursework: COMM 2040: Web Media Design COMM 2052: Video Production COMM 3050: Motion Graphics COMM 4055: Mobile Media Design COMM 4080: Digital Cinema Total of 15 credit hours Journalism Description: Collecting, reporting, writing, editing, photographing, broadcasting and visually presenting news for organizations Newspapers, television, radio, magazines and electronic media Examples: Newspaper/print writing & Sports writing, Radio and Television reporting, Magazines and literary publications, On-line journalism, Government and non-profit jobs Coursework: COMM 2030: News Reporting & Writing COMM 4009: Feature & Editorial Writing COMM 4012: Scriptwriting OR COMM 3062: Sports Journalism COMM 4033: Electronic News Gathering Total of 15 credit hours Public Relations Description: Management function focused on cultivating two-way relationships and communication between an organization and its various publics. Theories and concepts that underlie PR practice, the ethics of PR practice, and skills in writing, research methods, problem-solving, and communicating visually and verbally through a wide variety of media for diverse PR purposes. Examples: PR Specialist, Communications Officer, Marketing and Communication, Media Relations Coursework: COMM 2061: PR Principles and Case Studies COMM 3061: PR Writing and Planning COMM 3070: Methods of Investigation COMM 3042: Communication & Gender OR COMM 4004: Intercultural Communication COMM 4060: PR Campaigns Additional Activities Communication majors are expected to participate in co-curricular activities within the program, such as student media productions and speech and debate forum. ULM Common Core Curriculum Foundation Courses It is imperative that undergraduate students entering ULM are provided with a strong academic foundation upon which to build their future college careers. Ultimately, this structure, which follows many national trends, brings a much needed breadth and commonality to the ULM academic experience and makes it easier for students to transfer between majors. I UNIVERSITY SEMINAR - UNIV 1001 (1 hour) II. ENGLISH COMPOSITION - 6 hours ENGL 1001 - Composition I ENGL 1002 - Composition II ENGL 1010 - Honors Composition * *Participants in the ULM Honors Program will take ENGL 1010 in place of ENGL 1002. These students are not required to enroll in ENGL 1001. III. MATHEMATICS - 6 hours MATH 1009 - Applied Algebra for College Students MATH 1011 - College Algebra MATH 1012 - Trigonometry MATH 1013 - Elementary Functions MATH 1014 - Applied Calculus MATH 1016 - Elementary Statistics MATH 1018 - Contemporary Mathematics MATH 1031 - Calculus I MATH 1032 - Calculus II MATH 2002 - Applied Linear Algebra Students may not receive credit in both MATH 1009 and MATH 1011. Students may not use both MATH 1011 and MATH 1013 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. Students may not use both MATH 1012 and MATH 1013 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. Students may not use both MATH 1014 and MATH 1031 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. IV. NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCES - 9 hours *Six hours must be from a single subject area of biological or physical science. Three hours must be from the other area (i.e., both physical and biological sciences must be taken). Students may receive credit toward degree in only one of PHYS 1001, PHYS 2003, PHYS 2007 and PSCI 1001. Also, students may not receive credit toward degree in both GEOS 1001 and GEOL 1001. PHYSICAL SCIENCES Atmospheric Sciences ATMS 1001 - Introduction to the Atmosphere ATMS 1002 - Introduction to Severe Weather ATMS 1006 - Introduction to Climate Change Chemistry CHEM 1001 - Introductory Chemistry I CHEM 1002 - Introductory Chemistry II CHEM 1007 - General Chemistry I CHEM 1008 - General Chemistry II CHEM 1050 - Integrated Chemistry for Education Majors Geology GEOL 1001 - Physical Geology GEOL 1002 - Historical Geology GEOL 1010 - The Age of Dinosaurs GEOL 2006 - Engineering Geology Geosciences GEOS 1001 - Earth Science GEOS 1002 - Natural Disasters and Hazards GEOS 1050 - Integrated Geosciences for Education Majors GEOS 2001 - Environmental Science GEOS 2080 - Oceanography Physics PHYS 1001 - The Physics of Everyday Phenomena I PHYS 1002 - The Physics of Everyday Phenomena II PHYS 1015 - The Physics of Superheroes PHYS 1050 - Integrated Physics for Education Majors PHYS 2001 - Descriptive Astronomy PHYS 2003 - General Physics I PHYS 2004 - General Physics II PHYS 2007 - University Physics I PHYS 2008 - University Physics II BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biology BIOL 1001 - The Living World BIOL 1010 - Human Biology BIOL 1014 - Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 1015 - Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 1020 - Principles of Biology I BIOL 1022 - Principles of Biology II BIOL 1050 - Integrated Biology for Education Majors V. HUMANITIES - 9 hours At least 3 hours must be a Literature course in the discipline of English. Acceptable Literature courses are identified in the list below with an asterisk(*). English *ENGL 2001 - British Literature I *ENGL 2002 - British Literature II *ENGL 2003 - World Literature I *ENGL 2004 - World Literature II *ENGL 2005 - American Literature I *ENGL 2006 - American Literature II *ENGL 2007 - Honors English *ENGL 2016 - African-American Literature *ENGL 2017 - The African-American Experience in Literature *ENGL 2019 - Honors English *ENGL 2052 - Special Topic of Gender *ENGL 2053 - Special Topic of Nature And Science *ENGL 2054 - Special Topic of Native Peoples *ENGL 2055 - Special Topic of Immigrants and Emigrants *ENGL 2056 - Special Topic of Society and Culture *ENGL 2057 - Special Topic of Politics and Economics *ENGL 2058 - Special Topic of Child and Adolescent Arabic ARAB 1001 - Elementary Arabic I ARAB 1002 - Elementary Arabic II ARAB 1003 - Study Abroad ARAB 2001 - Intermediate Arabic I ARAB 2002 - Intermediate Arabic II Chinese CHIN 1001 - Elementary Chinese CHIN 1002 - Elementary Chinese Communication COMM 1001 - Fundamentals of Communication COMM 1002 - Voice and Diction COMM 1010 - Honors Communication Studies COMM 1018 - Interpersonal Communication COMM 2001 - Public Speaking COMM 2060 - Small Group Communication French FRNH 1001 - Elementary French I FRNH 1002 - Elementary French II FRNH 1003 - French Study Abroad FRNH 1005 - Elementary French I and II FRNH 2001 - Intermediate French I FRNH 2002 - Intermediate French II German GRMN 1001 - Elementary German I GRMN 1002 - Elementary German II GRMN 1003 - Elementary Conversation GRMN 1005 - Elementary German I and II GRMN 2001 - Intermediate German I GRMN 2002 - Intermediate German II GRMN 2005 - Intermediate German I and II History HIST 1010 - Honors History HIST 1011 - World Civilization I HIST 1012 - World Civilization II HIST 2001 - United States History I HIST 2002 - United States History II HIST 2009 - Honors History HIST 2019 - Honors History Humanities HUMN 2001 - Exploration in the Humanities Italian ITAL 1005 - Elementary Conversational Italian ITAL 1006 - Elementary Conversational Italian Japanese JAPN 1001 - Elementary Japanese I JAPN 1002 - Elementary Japanese II Latin LATN 1001 - Elementary Latin I LATN 1002 - Elementary Latin II LATN 1005 - Elementary Latin LATN 2001 - Intermediate Latin I LATN 2002 - Intermediate Latin II LATN 2003 - Classical Studies Portuguese PORT 1001 - Elementary Portuguese I PORT 1002 - Elementary Portuguese II Spanish SPAN 1001 - Elementary Spanish I SPAN 1002 - Elementary Spanish II SPAN 1003 - Study Abroad SPAN 1004 - Spanish for Professions SPAN 1005 - Elementary Spanish I and II SPAN 2001 - Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 2002 - Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 2005 - Intermediate Spanish I and II VI. FINE ARTS - 3 hours Students must take one 3 hour fine arts course to fulfill this requirement. Art ART 1001 - Basic Design ART 1003 - Drawing ART 1009 - Art Appreciation ART 2000 - Analytical Perspective ART 2001 - Survey of Art I ART 2002 - Survey of Art II ART 2003 - Handbuilding Ceramics ART 2004 - Wheel Throwing Ceramics ART 2041 - General Crafts ART 2042 - Arts and Crafts Arts ARTS 1010 - Honors Arts Dance DANC 3001 - Theory and Application of Dance Music MUSC 1001 - Fundamentals of Music Theory MUSC 1091 - Enjoyment of Music MUSC 1092 - Enjoyment of Jazz Theatre THEA 1091 - Enjoying Theatre THEA 2021 - Beginning Acting VII. SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES - 6 hours Students must take at least three hours of social/behavioral sciences at the 2000 level or above. These courses are indicated with an asterisk(*) in the list below. Economics ECON 1003 Contemporary Economic Issues *ECON 2001 - Macroeconomic Principles *ECON 2002 - Microeconomic Principles Geography GEOG 1001 - Regional Geography GEOG 1002 - Regional Geography GEOG 1003 - Systematic Geography *GEOG 2003 - Louisiana *GEOG 2013 - Physical Geography *GEOG 2015 - Cartography Gerontology *GERO 2026 - Perspectives on Aging Political Science *POLS 1001 - Introduction to Political Science *POLS 2001 - American National Government *POLS 2002 - State and Local Government *POLS 2003 - American Government *POLS 2010 - Honors Political Science Psychology *PSYC 2001 - Introduction to Psychology *PSYC 2003 - Child Psychology *PSYC 2005 - Adolescent Psychology *PSYC 2078 - Developmental Psychology Sociology SOCL 1001 - Introduction to Sociology SOCL 1002 - Introduction to Sociology: International Perspective *SOCL 2003 - Social Problems *SOCL 2026 - Perspectives on Aging *SOCL 2033 - Forensics The course pairings below are cross-listed courses and cannot be used together. ANTG 1011 and GEOG 1011 ANTG 2001 and GEOG 2001 ANTS 2033 and SOCL 2033 GERO 2026 and SOCL 2026 Core Curriculum Guidelines The student’s work in a major or minor may count toward meeting the University Core. Transfer students can apply equivalent hours earned at other universities to meet ULM core requirements (equivalency to be determined by the appropriate department head and the Board of Regents’ Statewide Student Transfer Guide and General Education Articulation Matrix). All freshman students are required to take the University Seminar for one credit hour (the course will not count toward any degree program and will be nontransferable). In the absence of a compelling reason, degree programs should refrain from defining or limiting student choices within the menu of prescribed general education courses. Core Curriculum Abbreviations Used in Degree Plans or Programs of Study Some degree plans specified that certain courses must be taken from within a menu of the sets of courses in the core curriculum. For those that did so, first the specific course will be listed in the degree plan, followed by the appropriate abbreviation which indicates which requirement is being fulfilled by the specified required core curriculum course. For example, if MATH 1013 and MATH 1031 must be taken by Computer Science majors, then the requirement will be listed as “MATH 1013cm, MATH 1031cm”. The core curriculum abbreviations which have been used are as follows: ce Core English Composition ch Core Humanities cf Core Fine Arts cm Core Mathematics cnp Core Natural/Physical Science cs Core Social Science [-]

Bachelor Sport Journalism And Sport Management

Campus M21
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Munich Nürnberg + 1 more

Without media what sport is not much. Sports media transfer competitions and emotions: in online live ticker on your smartphone, in the newspaper report and in the live broadcast on TV. [+]

Bachelors in Journalism. Studying sports journalism and sports management THE STUDY DIRECTION SPORT JOURNALISM AND SPORT MANAGEMENT IN THE COURSE APPLIED MEDIA: SPORT IS BIG BUSINESS - WITH ENTHUSIASTIC SPORTS JOURNALISTS AND MANAGERS ambitious Without media what sport is not much. Sports media transfer competitions and emotions: in online live ticker on your smartphone, in the newspaper report and in the live broadcast on TV. But the Bundesliga reaches tens of millions of media people. World Championships reach billions of people. Digital channels like Youtube, blogs and Twitter are in the fast lane. The need for professionally trained sports journalists and managers is increasing rapidly. The sports journalism studies will prepare you for this trend well. Apply online now and get a university place! Studies and content Study groups in class size, learning practice with motivated teachers, personal approach and clear structures, a modern campus in a great location - so makes studying fun and brings a lot. The accredited according to international standards Bachelor of Arts in Sports Journalism is a qualifying for the Associate degree. After the bachelor's degree, you can make the master. The Promotion is open to you. With passion go our students crucial issues of sport industry by: What makes a modern sports magazine successful? What the sports journalism on YouTube, Facebook & Co. out? How does the marketing of popular sports and sports clubs? With the additional study "Football Management" You can push open the door to the big business of football. The studies include: The bachelor's program lasts six semesters and is made up of various studies modules. For each module you will receive credits (ECTS). A total of 180 credits can be reached. Following the successful completion will be awarded a public university you the Bachelor of Arts (BA). Study and Examination Regulations Selected Course Contents: sports journalism Sports management Special Law Sport / Event Sports Marketing and Sports Communication Sports Media Production media practice Market and Communication Research Business management Career opportunities In studying sports journalism and sports management prepare yourself through exciting practical projects with partners from sports and media for leadership tasks in these growth sectors. You acquire sound sport journalistic expertise and real practical experience in media training, editorial and in management and marketing. They strengthen the interface competence of sports journalism, sports media, sports marketing and sports management. You complete your studies with an accredited international standards Bachelor of Arts from. Networking with professionals from practice and job application coaching are studying on campus M21 course. In addition, expanding your social skills on a convincing appearance. Sports managers have excellent prospects. For example: Sports Media (The Red Bulletin, football, Sky etc.) TV productions in the field of sport Sports marketing and communication Press offices of sports clubs and companies Online editors in Sports Marketing Sporting goods manufacturers [-]