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!
The program offers courses in the fields of radio, television, and cinema, with professional concentrations in camerawork, sound, lighting, scriptwriting, directing and news reporting. A number of television programs are produced at Kadir Has University, giving the students the opportunity to develop their technical skills through hands-on experience. [+]
This programme will train students to analyse corporate communication issues from the academic and practical perspectives and train students to communicate effectively in the business world, be it local and global. [+]
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 ... [+]
Have the first 2 years of your Bachelor of Journalism at Green River. [+]
The convergence journalism is one of the four major concentration areas in the media major. [+]
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. [+]
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.... [-]
Journalism and Mass Communications is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to a broad audience. [+]
This program is taught in FRENCH. [+]
Humber’s four-year Bachelor of Journalism degree program provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities required for in-depth work as a journalist in a multi-platform digital environment. In addition to the traditional skills of researching, reporting and interviewing, you will learn how to bring together audio, text and video in a web-based environment to create compelling stories. Throughout the program you will be learning... [+]
The journalism program is designed to stir the student's spirit of curiosity, resourcefulness and concern about the issue of the day. Students practice the fundamentals of thorough news gathering and concise writing while they also study the history, literature and law of their field. [+]
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 [+]
The curriculum in journalism is designed to prepare students for work with newspapers, magazines and company publications. [+]
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.... [-]