Bachelor of Science Degree • School of Business and Justice Studies
Journalism: The UC Advantage
UC's Bachelor of Science program in Journalism is taught by seasoned industry professionals representing decades of experience across all media, from broadcast to digital to print.
With state-of-the-art facilities on campus and rich opportunities for internships and other real-world experiences, you will gain a level of expertise that will prove invaluable in today's rapidly changing professional environment.
Curriculum The major combines foundational courses in communication, newswriting, reporting, editing, and publication design with options for advanced study in media ethics, advanced reporting techniques, and communications law. Special features include:
- Real-world learning through internships and campus media
- Concentration in Broadcast Journalism
- Option to design your own concentration
- State-of-the-art media lab and broadcast studio
Career Outcomes UC's journalism studies program gives you the skills you need to succeed in:
- Print journalism
- Interactive communications
- Public relations
- Tribune Media Services
- Source Media
- Bachmann Industries
- Gatehouse Media
- Corman Publishing Co., Inc.
- City University of New York
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"I was originally drawn to UC's journalism program because I spoke with some alumni. They were so passionate about the school and the work they did while enrolled in the program, I decided I belonged there as well." "I was originally drawn to UC's journalism program because I spoke with some alumni. They were so passionate about the school and the work they did while enrolled in the program, I decided I belonged there as well. I can now say I am one of those passionate alumni with a love for my program that will stick with me throughout my life."
Samantha Madison '10
Carroll County Times
Carroll County Times