BA in Multimedia Journalism Lynn University
Lights, camera, action
This isn't your ordinary journalism degree. In the multimedia journalism program, you’ll be challenged to maintain your morals in an ethical communications course—and you’ll dig deep to expose government corruption and consumer fraud in your investigative journalism course. Courses in social media, digital layout, video editing, and photojournalism will flesh out your portfolio. And by working with the iPulse, our award-winning student newspaper, and news website, you can add to your extensive experience with a portfolio full of clippings.
Professors are experienced professionals who have worked in bullpen environments ranging from local newsrooms to nationwide broadcasts, including ABC’s 20/20 and CBS’ 60 Minutes. With experience like that, we can promise that classes here aren’t just about studying theory—you’ll learn directly from experts in the field, hearing stories about real-world journalism.
What you’ll learn in the multimedia journalism program
This multimedia journalism program allows you to get "hands-on” practice across all media. You'll get the opportunity to train for practical experiences in news, like investigative journalism. The multimedia journalism program equips you with the skills necessary to provide content in a variety of forms for use in broadcast, print, and Internet-delivered media. Here's a little more about what you'll learn in this program.
- Ethical communications
- Internet media, digital layout, video editing, design, and photojournalism
- Documentary, investigation, and reporting
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