Journalism - B.A. (Photojournalism)

The major in journalism teaches students the professional and theoretical concepts and technical skills that will enable them to be productive and responsible contributors in the field of journalism.

The program emphasizes the basics of reporting, writing, editing and photography, but professional preparation also requires an understanding of the history and the legal, ethical and social responsibilities of journalism.

The photojournalism program is designed to prepare students for positions in the news media (print and online) as photojournalists. Photojournalism students are expected to do practical work on The Student Printz student newspaper.

Besides photojournalism, three other curricular options are available within this major: a broadcast journalism emphasis, a news-editorial emphasis and a public relations emphasis.

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