Journalism is more than reporting on current events – it is the research and analysis of ethical issues, audience needs, technology, and more – all produced in a fast-moving digital space.
Journalism is essential to our everyday lives, and this degree will allow you to enter in this critical work force with the skills learned here at UC.
- A strong emphasis on practical learning with content creation for various different media platforms and outlets.
- Opportunity to complete internships in your final year of studies with local newsrooms, print media, and other media industries.
- Flexibility to include various other subjects alongside your journalism studies depending on your personal interests.
The Journalism major can lead to a range of different careers due to the skills that you learn during your studies, with opportunities abroad because of the fast- growing need for online media.
Some career pathways could include:
- Public relations
- Social media and digital marketing
Find out more about what you can do with a degree from UC.
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