Bachelor Programs Journalism

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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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BA in Communication

Campus USA Chicago
January 2015

With our diversity of classes, you will have great opportunities in a variety of communications fields. A few careers to consider: photojournalist, producer, reporter, public relations specialist, event planner, disk jockey [+]

Bachelors Journalism. With our diversity of classes, you will have great opportunities in a variety of communications fields. A few careers to consider: photojournalist, producer, reporter, public relations specialist, event planner, disk jockey or account executive. In order to prepare you for the future, courses will emphasize important lifelong skills such as writing, speaking, organization and critical thinking. Program Overview As a student at Concordia University Chicago, you will never sit in a lecture hall with hundreds of students. Our classes are taught by experienced professionals who are willing to assist you throughout your education process. Your professors will know you on an individual basis and be available to address any concerns you may have. The Communication faculty is dedicated to preparing students for their role in communication. Requirements - Official Academic Transcripts - Foreign Transcript Evaluation. A course-by-course evaluation from a CUC approved evaluation service is required for UG admission. - Proof of English Language Proficiency. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 533 (paper-based), 200 (computer-based), 72-73 (internet-based) for undergraduate studies; or Completion of level 112 at ELS Language Centers and a qualified recommendation of the program director of the chosen language program; or A Michigan test score of at least 85; or An International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of at least 7; or A King George International College (KGIC) English for Post-Secondary Education (EPE) final proficiency test score of 75% with a passing class score of 80. - Declaration of Finances/Bank Statement Fees $28,104 annually/($14,052 per semester)* *Assumes between 12 and 18 credit hours taken per semester Additional Fees: $804 in wellness/medical, technology, green, matriculation and student association fees. Other fees, such as lab fees, may apply. [-]

Bachelor in Convergence Journalism

Campus USA Tulsa
January 2015

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 of Communication (Journalism)

Campus Australia Melbourne
March 2015

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

Bachelors Journalism. 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.... [-]

Bachelor of Journalism

Campus Australia Melbourne
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. [-]

Bachelor of Journalism (Sport)

Campus Australia Melbourne
March 2015

Sports journalists need a specific set of skills that equip them to deliver accurate, rapid and well-informed assessments of sports news and events. [+]

Bachelor of Journalism (Sport) Course description

Bachelors Journalism. Sports journalists need a specific set of skills that equip them to deliver accurate, rapid and well-informed assessments of sports news and events. This career-oriented course aims to equip you with the skills you'll need for a career across various platforms in the complex field of sport media. The curriculum covers sport management, sport reporting, and sport media production. It provides thorough coverage of the media's role and operation, and extensive research, writing, communication and production work.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Bachelor of Journalism (Sport) (073292A)

Annual Tuition Fee (A$):22 750

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Bachelor in Journalism

Campus Germany Munich Hamburg Cologne Stuttgart Berlin
March 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. [+]

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 Mass Communications

Campus Kyrgyzstan Bishkek
August 2015

Journalism and Mass Communications is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to a broad audience. [+]

Bachelors Journalism. Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communications WHAT IS JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS? Journalism and Mass Communications is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to a broad audience. While journalism focuses on the written product (e.g. news­paper articles), mass communications involve a broad range of publications from writing to broadcasting. ABOUT US The AUCA Journalism and Mass Communication Department has been training and educating competent media professionals since 1997. The Program’s graduates have proved their professionalism working as reporters, staff writers, editors, public relations and communications specialists. They succeed in many organizations such as NTS TV, NBT TV, Pyramida TV, 5 Kanal, Raketa TV, Vecherny Bishkek daily, Internews, Helvetas, Swiss cooperation in Central Asia, Associated Press, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, international organizations such as Soros Foundation, Eurasia Foundation and the like. A number of JMC graduates continued their studies in leading American and European universities and some of them returned to their alma mater to teach in the department. In June 2012, the Journalism and Mass Communications Department received a five-year license to prepare specialists in journalism and mass communications field. The Journalism and Mass Communications Program has also been accepted to receive accreditation with Bard College (USA). It created an opportunity for the students to obtain a US-accredited degree and make their education more competitive, not only in Central Asian market but in the global one as well. Currently the Journalism and Mass Communications Program offers courses in such high-demand areas as public relations, advertising, mass culture and media/communication studies. In 2012 Journalism and Mass Communications Department has received a technical grant from American Schools & Hospitals Abroad Program of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) consisting of new Mac workstations, HP workstations, MacBooks as well as professional Canon photo cameras and professional video cameras JVC. In fall 2012 Journalism and Mass Communications Department has established a new multimedia center with all equipment available for students of Journalism and Mass Communications Program to master techniques of producing video and audio. YOUR POSSIBILITIES The department is committed to teaching students the skills and the tools of journalism and mass communications field to meet the highest standards of the industry. The Program helps students develop abilities to think critically, to communicate clearly, to understand the ethical dimensions of the decisions they make, and to fully recognize the role of media in a free society. JMC offers students facilities and resources to develop hands-on journalistic skills along with their regular course work. The students benefit from AUCA TV where they develop and hone their reporting skills. They also practice writing and producing the student newspaper The New Star. Others gain experience through hands-on practice at the AUCA Public Relations Office. Some students contribute to production of the Alumni Magazine. The new multimedia center with modern equipment is open for all students of the department to master their skills in photo, video and audio. The Program will continue streamlining its structure and content in the upcoming years to keep up with rapidly changing media in the Central Asian region and the world. JMC works closely with different media outlets, organizing regular student meetings with media and PR professionals and providing tours to professional news facilities. The intent is to help students understand the conditions local journalists work in today and the news generation process. Such meetings also help students identify job opportunities and get work placement and internships. [-]

Bachelor in Television Production

Campus Hungary Budapest
March 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. [+]

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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Bachelor of Communication in Journalism (BCommun)

Campus United Arab Emirates Dubai
January 2015

Learn the art and science of journalism in our advanced newsrooms and studios. As a Murdoch Journalism student you’ll combine hands-on practical experience in reporting and writing for both print and [+]

Bachelors Journalism. Bachelor of Communication in Journalism (BCommun)

Learn the art and science of journalism in our advanced newsrooms and studios. As a Murdoch Journalism student you’ll combine hands-on practical experience in reporting and writing for both print and broadcast journalism. You’ll learn about the world of contemporary global media and study media technologies, communication policy, media audiences and public opinion. Combined with a second major in a related area such as Screen Production you’ll be able to turn your passion into an exciting career that can take you right round the world.

What can I do with my Journalism degree?

The field of Journalism offers a wide range of career options. In the world of print you might decide to work as a Journalist, Columnist, Writer, or Editor. You might pursue a career in television either behind the scenes or on camera. Government Departments and private corporations employ Media Liaison Officers to assist them with their public relations. During your degree you may discover a secret talent for Communication & Media Studies announcing or program production or you might find your niche as a copy writer for an advertising company.... [-]

Bachelor of Writing & Publishing

Campus Australia Preston
March 2015

Join Australia’s only undergraduate degree in writing and publishing - if you’re aiming for a career in the creative industries, or simply love to write and want to publish your work, NMIT’s Bachelor of Writing and Publishing is for you. This unique course is Australia’s only undergraduate degree dedicated solely and equally to writing and publishing. [+]

Join Australia’s only undergraduate degree in writing and publishing - if you’re aiming for a career in the creative industries, or simply love to write and want to publish your work, NMIT’s Bachelor of Writing and Publishing is for you. This unique course is Australia’s only undergraduate degree dedicated solely and equally to writing and publishing. Develop your existing writing abilities and launch your creative products as you gain skills and knowledge in: - advanced fiction and non-fiction writing - book and magazine production - digital and print production - project management - advanced editing and proofreading - understanding the publishing industry - critical analysis of texts. Let creativity be your career Write for a living with NMIT’s Bachelor of Writing and Publishing. You’ll develop a range of professional skills and be in demand in professional writing, editing, design, and print or web-based publishing. Be on top of the shift with NMIT With NMIT’s dual focus on publishing and writing, you’ll master essential skills in the new digital technologies and be able to work with both e-books and p-books. Be part of NMIT’s community of creative degrees students and lecturers at our beautiful Fairfield campus that buzzes with creativity. Learn with our staff of experienced, supportive lecturers, who are leading industry writers and publishers, and benefit from their networks. Students who have successfully completed the first two years of the bachelor degree may choose to exit with the Associate Degree of Writing and Publishing qualification. [-]