Journalism Bachelor's Degree

Top 102 Journalism Bachelor Degrees 2014

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!


102 Results in Journalism

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism

Campus Australia Full time 3 years
February 2015

This course will teach you the practical skills of print and broadcast journalism. [+]

Journalism Bachelors. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism

Break the news with Journalism

Learn from our award‐winning lecturers what it takes to become a world‐class journalist.

Get hands‐on experience in print and broadcast news

This course will teach you the practical skills of print and broadcast journalism. Not only that, you will gain an insight to the ethical, legal and cultural issues affecting news media.

Learning in a real newsroom situation, you will have real‐life training, using our studios to broadcast both live on radio and online, as well as writing for print media. You can even head off‐campus for a professional placement, enhancing your 'in‐the‐field' experience and building your professional network.... [-]

BA (Hons) Media and Communication

Campus UK Full time Part time 3 - 6 years
September 2014

This programme encourages students to engage critically and creatively with the expanding role of the media. Media culture is highly influential in our changing times. It is important that students are equipped with the relevant analytical and practical tools to understand and participate in a world where the lines between art, politics and popular culture are becoming increasingly blurred. [+]

This programme encourages students to engage critically and creatively with the expanding role of the media. Media culture is highly influential in our changing times. It is important that students are equipped with the relevant analytical and practical tools to understand and participate in a world where the lines between art, politics and popular culture are becoming increasingly blurred. The programme introduces students to ways of reading and understanding media including the political, sociological, commercial and historical processes shaping the industry. Courses such as Issues in Representation and Digital Arts Exchange present key academic, creative and critical approaches to understanding media in the digital age, and encourage both critical reflection and the production of material across a range of media.... [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

Campus Singapore Full time Part time 2 - 3 years
August 2014

This course takes specialist areas which are normally studied in isolation and combines them in ways that offer an abundance of choice. You will develop your own program of study to meet your own specific interests and needs. [+]

Journalism Bachelors. Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

This course takes specialist areas which are normally studied in isolation and combines them in ways that offer an abundance of choice. You will develop your own program of study to meet your own specific interests and needs.

This course will enable you to think and study across more than one area in the rapidly expanding world of media and corporate communication. It will provide you with the key technological skills and knowledge for work in corporate media and communication fields, with breadth across a number of disciplines.

Your learning in your chosen streams will be underpinned by core studies in theory, ethics and critique of media, communication and information.... [-]

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)

Campus Australia Full time 3 years
February 2015

This program's combination of theory and practice is highly respected by the news media industry and by journalism academics around the country... [+]

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)

RMIT delivers one of Australia's most highly regarded university journalism qualifications and is the first choice journalism program in Victoria. This program's combination of theory and practice is highly respected by the news media industry and by journalism academics around the country. Our graduates continue to gain work opportunities despite the increasingly competitive employment environment.As part of your studies, you'll take part in live radio bulletins for community radio as well as a news and current affairs program for community television. You will also work on ‘City Journal’, a print and online newspaper produced by journalism students.On campus, your studies will be conducted in purpose-built, world class facilities led by industry experts and journalism academics with strong local and international experience, which will prove invaluable when looking for internship placements.You will graduate with a substantial portfolio of work relevant to the various and constantly-evolving platforms of contemporary journalism.... [-]

BA in Journalism

Campus Fiji Full time
February 2015

As the number of places available in the Journalism major is limited, admission is by special application. Intending students can contact the School of Language, Arts and Media [+]

Journalism Bachelors. BA in Journalism

Location: Fiji and selected regional campuses

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) programme consists of 24 courses of which 8 courses are at 100-level, 8 course are at 200-level and 8 courses are at 300-level including 2 x 100-level university courses and 2 x 200-level university courses. 

Special Admission Requirements:

As the number of places available in the Journalism major is limited, admission is by special application. Intending students can contact the School of Language, Arts and Media regarding the selection procedure.

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BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Campus UK Full time 3 years
February 2015

News photography, reportage, social issues: these are just a few of the areas you'll focus on as part of this exciting and innovative course. The emphasis is on work-related learning so you'll be covering real, live news events, photographing newsworthy people, and producing LCC’s... [+]

BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography News photography, reportage, social issues: these are just a few of the areas you'll focus on as part of this exciting and innovative course. The emphasis is on work-related learning so you'll be covering real, live news events, photographing newsworthy people, and producing LCC’s newspaper in collaboration with journalism students, and through external work placements. This course allows you to follow a lively, cutting-edge curriculum rooted in the practice of photojournalism and documentary photography. It offers you the knowledge and skills to become a professional photojournalist. You will cover real news events; photographing politicians, celebrities and other newsworthy people, while standing side-by-side with the professionals. An important and challenging part of the programme is work-related learning centred on outside work attachments and work for the College's own weekly newspaper. Running alongside the practical and career-focused nature of this degree course are units in the history of journalism and photojournalism, and the history of 20th century intellectual, political, and cultural thought and movements. This course is taught at LCC within the School of Media. Learning and teaching Courses in UAL span a broad range of art, design, communication, business, media, science and communication subjects. So the ways in which you learn and how your time is used will vary according to the specific course you are studying; this may be in studios, labs, classes, involve working alone, learning from peers in pairs or groups, or with external partners. Most importantly, no matter which course you enrol on, you will learn not only about your subject but also about how you learn and how to increase your knowledge base. Our courses will guide you to take increasing responsibility and ownership of your work and your learning. We do this so that you will be ready and able to take full advantage of the full range of opportunities offered by the creative industries in the global economy. Assessment Assessment always sounds austere and foreboding, but it is not. We see assessment as a very real part of learning, rather than just a means of looking back at past work and measuring achievement; we believe that assessment helps you plan future work and develop new ideas. Your work will be assessed through projects or portfolios, with written papers or research journals, and, on some courses, examinations. You will be graded according to a set of marking criteria that relate to such things as research, subject knowledge, methodology, and your capacity to analyse and reflect on your achievements. So don’t be afraid of assessment - it is the way to progress. Structure Year 1 Practical Units: Practical Photojournalism Introduction to Documentary Photography Media Law, Ethics and Codes of Conduct Theory Units (40 credits): Introduction to Study in Higher Education Contextual Studies 1: Histories and Theories of Photojournalism Pt1 Year 2 Practical Units: Documentary Storytelling Editorial Project: Newspaper and Online Collaborative Project Theory Units: Contextual Studies 2: Histories and Theories of Photojournalism Pt2 Year 3 Practical Units: Major Photojournalism/Documentary Project Contemporary Professional Practice Theory Units: Contextual Studies 3 (Dissertation) Entry requirements (Home/International/EU) For admission to the BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course applicants normally need: 160 UCAS tariff points (gained at GCE Advanced level) will be considered, supported by passes in five other subjects at GCSE Grade C or above. Alternatively, you will be considered if you have achieved 1 subject at GCE Advanced level and Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, supported by passes in three other subjects at GCSE Grade C or above. In addition, the University of the Arts London Awarding Body Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design will be considered. We also accept people with the equivalent qualifications obtained through a National Diploma, Access, NVQ and a variety of other pre-University level qualifications including International and European Baccalaureate. Other qualifications, including overseas, may be considered. We also accept those with relevant professional and vocational qualifications. The subjects the Course Team will be looking for in your application are wide ranging: your A levels (or equivalents) would ideally be achieved at grade C or above, must include photography and may include English, History, Media, Business, Art and Design or other Social Science subjects. Language requirements (International/EU) International and EU students: In the case of applicants whose first language is not English, then IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent) is required. If your first language is not English you should check you have achieved the correct IELTS level in English. [-]

Bachelor in Journalism

Campus Germany Full time Part time 7 semesters
February 2015

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. [+]

Journalism Bachelors.

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.... [-]

Bachelor in Journalism and Media (BA)

Campus UK Full time 3 years
February 2015

This course develops advanced practical skills in journalism with a strong emphasis on developing a critical and analytical approach to wider media and... [+]

Bachelor in Journalism and Media (BA)

This course develops advanced practical skills in journalism with a strong emphasis on developing a critical and analytical approach to wider media and cultural contexts within which journalism is produced, circulated and consumed. Students study journalism against a background of the latest industry discussions, in areas such as micro-blogging, hyper-localism, ethics and press regulation.The teaching team includes professional journalists and leading academics. The degree is also supported by two high profile Professors in Professional Practice, Independent columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and BBC broadcast journalist Kurt Barling. In addition to developing proficiency in traditional journalism techniques, such as feature writing, interviewing, and news reporting, there is considerable scope for students to develop up-to-date skills in a range of digital media platforms. There are regular sessions in the specialist facilities, which include radio studios, a TV newsroom with live newswire feeds, and a digital publishing suite.All students are actively encouraged to seek work placements.  Past destinations include Heat Magazine, BBC Worldwide, FourFourTwo Magazine, Metro Newspaper, Top Sante Magazine and The Guardian.Our journalism students have a strong track record in gaining employment after they graduate. Many take up positions in the creative industries, some move into different sectors, while others choose to go on to postgraduate courses.... [-]

BA in Radio, Cinema and Television

Campus Turkey Full time 4 years
February 2015

The Department of Cinema and Television looks to train media professionals, who are able to respond to the needs of media and film companies with their practical and intellectual skills. [+]

Journalism Bachelors. BA in Radio, Cinema and Television

The Department of Radio, Television and Cinema provides students with a comprehensive and integrated programme of study that incorporates theoretical knowledge with practical skills, relevant to their future professional careers.

The courses in the Department of Radio, Cinema and Television are given in classrooms with advanced audio-visual equipment and IT infrastructure. Students can also gain practical work experience from working on projects and production practice in the photography, television and radio facilities in the Media Centre and Multimedia Laboratory within the university.

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Bachelor of Journalism

Campus Australia Full time Part time 3 years
March 2015

Contemporary journalism encompasses many formats and genres in print, broadcast and online media, offering many career options. [+]

Bachelor of Journalism Course description Contemporary journalism encompasses many formats and genres in print, broadcast and online media, offering many career options. Whether you're interested in writing about politics, technology, the arts or another specialist field, this course aims to hone skills in research, writing, editing and media production to prepare you for your dream career. It also aims to provide a thorough understanding of the media's role and operations, including media ethics. Every component of the curriculum is firmly grounded in industry practice, and all lecturers have extensive industry experience. The course also features guest lecturers and industry case studies to give you first-hand knowledge of the industry and how it works. Finally, it provides practical industry experience via chances to write for or edit upstart, La Trobe's student-run web journal for emerging journalists. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Bachelor of Journalism (040821J) Annual Tuition Fee (A$): 22 750 English Language Requirements Successful completion of English for Further Studies Advanced Stage 5B certificate at postgraduate (EFS5 (70%) PG1) level conducted by La Trobe Melbourne; for more information please visit the La Trobe Melbourne website. IELTS (Academic): minimum score of 6.5 with no individual band score less than 6.0. TOEFL Paper-based Test: minimum score of 575 (minimum score of 5 in the Test of Written English). TOEFL Internet-based Test: minimum score of 80 with minimum overall for SLR 18; W 22. La Trobe Melbourne Foundation Studies: 70 per cent final result in a course. English as the language of instruction in tertiary studies may be accepted. Please note: English as the language of instruction in previous study will not be accepted as a basis of admission (English) for courses where the approved test score requirement is above an IELTS 6.5 with no band score lower than 6.0. Pearson Test of English (Academic) (PTE): minimum score of 64 with no communicative skill score less than 59. Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): a grade of B or higher. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): a grade of C or higher. Or approved international equivalent. Academic entry requirements LTM Foundation Studies - 85 Aust. Yr 12 (ATAR) 2013 (indicative only) - 75 International Baccalaureate - 27 GCE A Levels - 9 HKDSE - 2 x Level 5 Sri Lankan A Levels - BCC STPM - 9 MICSS (UEC) - 3 Canada Secondary School (or CPU) - 85 Norway Upper Secondary Certificate - 4.5 Sweden Slutbetyg - G/VG All Indian Sen SC (Best 5 Subjects) - 80 Vietnam (Year 12) - 8.5 Indonesia (SMA) - 8.5 GAC Cert. IV - GPA 3 GAOKAO If you do not meet these entry requirements you might be interested in La Trobe's Foundation Studies and Diploma Programs, which provide an alternative pathway to La Trobe's undergraduate program. LOCAL STUDENTS Prerequisite VCE Units 3 and 4: study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any other English Year 12 and non-year 12 extra requirements Guaranteed Entry (Year 12 applicants only): applicants with an ATAR of 90 or above receive a first-round offer. Those with lower ATARs are considered through normal selection processes. Applicants may wish to provide other documentation in support of their application. Non-Year 12 applicants must complete and submit a VTAC Personal History online for other information to be considered during the selection process e.g. details on work experience or reasons for applying. If you didn't get the ATAR there are other ways to get into this course. Selection may also be based on ATAR, GPA, STAT Multiple Choice, and/or an essay. Middle band Re-ranking is based on performance in English (any), Humanities (any), LOTE (any), Drama, Theatre Studies, Legal Studies and Psychology. Consideration is also given to Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) criteria. Fee amount Indicative (2010): CSP student contribution $5,310 (per 120 credit points). Additional information Mid-year entry may be available. How to apply VTAC. Apply direct. Applications are now closed for Semester 1 2014. Applications for mid-year entry will open in April. [-]

BA in Mass Communication Technology

Campus Thailand Full time Part time 4 years
August 2014

In this program, you will not only listen to lectures. Many courses apply the technologies and tools today used in Mass Communications. As one of the largest universities of the world, Ramkhamhaeng University runs its own TV channel for its over [+]

Journalism Bachelors. BA in Mass Communication TechnologyThis international program is offered in Bangkok.

Full-time program: Week days 9am - 4pm Evening/weekend program: 2 evenings 5pm - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am - 4pm

In this program, you will not only listen to lectures. Many courses apply the technologies and tools today used in Mass Communications. As one of the largest universities of the world, Ramkhamhaeng University runs its own TV channel for its over 600,000 students. Studios, cameras, mixers and other equipment are equally applied as make-up, acting, and speech training. Enjoy a most praxis-oriented degree program!Program Degree and MajorsThe program degree is Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Technology. Three majors are offered:... [-]

Bachelor in Television Production

Campus Hungary Full time 6 semesters
February 2015

Students at the Television Production program acquire the complex skills and comprehensive knowledge necessary to produce television programmes in various formats. The courses also offer a solid grounding in editing, reporting, anchoring and broadcasting. [+]

Bachelor in Television and Production Arts

Students at the Television Production program acquire the complex skills and comprehensive knowledge necessary to produce television programmes in various formats. The courses also offer a solid grounding in editing, reporting, anchoring and broadcasting.

Students study the basics of electronic cutting, learn the operating skills needed in TV studios and outside broadcast vehicles in addition to the use of mobile electronic solutions and applications.

Among many other tasks, our graduates are able to manage full news programmes and multi-venue live broadcasts. The aim is to train professionals competent in each stage of programme production who have a central role both as experts and as authentic persons on the screen. The customized learning and teaching approach enhance the improvement of those skills that best support individual talent. The program is designed for individuals who are interested in the world of television, who are creative in their thinking and selection of news stories and topics. They have critical insight, good communication skills and they are able to work alone or connect to and cooperate with teams.
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BA in Social and Cultural Studies BA (Hons)

Campus UK Full time Part time 3 - 9 years
February 2015

This unique degree gives you the opportunity to study a variety of subjects including anthropology, creative writing, history, journalism etc. [+]

Journalism Bachelors. BA in Social and Cultural Studies BA (Hons)

This unique degree gives you the opportunity to study a variety of subjects including anthropology, creative writing, history, journalism, literary studies, media and communications, politics, psychology and sociology.

This programme enables you to explore contrasts and comparisons between academic disciplines, encouraging you to develop an understanding of how concepts of culture, society and identity are constructed and analysed. It is structured flexibly, and has a strong self-design element, making it ideal for mature students who are keen to realise their potential while maintaining existing commitments.... [-]

BSc in Journalism

Campus USA Full time 4 years
January 2015

This degree has evolved as the needs of the modern journalist have changed and escalated. The program gives students essential professional experiences, as well as practical and philosophical tools such as ethics, reporting, editing, and publication law. [+]

BSc in JournalismAvailable Emphasis Areas:

    Journalism - Emphasis     Photojournalism and Documentary Studies - Emphasis

This degree has evolved as the needs of the modern journalist have changed and escalated. The program gives students essential professional experiences, as well as practical and philosophical tools such as ethics, reporting, editing, and publication law.

What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism in Journalism?When you read or watch the news, do you have an eye for accuracy, fairness, good storytelling, and professionalism? If you're the kind of person who believes that the world deserves the clearest possible view of important news, you might be cut out for journalism. Careers in this field are fast-paced, diverse, and critical to a healthy democracy.Earning a journalism degree at Northern Arizona University will help you develop tangible skills and theoretical knowledge. Students gain competence in written, oral, and visual communication as their foundation, adding specialized professional skills in ethics, environmental issues, reporting and editing, and communication and publication law.Note: Journalism students must complete the communication core classes before applying to the journalism major program. Students who take the environmental communication emphasis must minor in a natural science.... [-]

BSc - Bachelor in Communication

Campus Spain 4 years
February 2015

Our Bachelor in Communication is for those who want to become an international communicator, someone with an influential voice in society. [+]

Journalism Bachelors. BSc - Bachelor in Communication

Our Bachelor in Communication is for those who want to become an international communicator, someone with an influential voice in society. This program provides a solid grounding and foundation in the practice of Communication and the option to focus in one of 3 major areas: Journalism, Corporate Communication and Visual Communication. Our unique faculty is comprised of both academics and practitioners who offer students an integration of academic knowledge and practice-based learning, in the context of a truly international environment.

Learn with a unique faculty Our unique faculty of academics and practitioners exposes students to the latest academic trends as well as to the practice of Communication in society today. From this you receive a rich diversity of ideas and knowledge, together with critical and intellectual reflections on contemporary society and culture, which specifically contribute to your training as a global communicator.... [-]