Journalism and New Media Studies

The Journalism and New Media Studies program is designed to provide students with general, practical and marketable skills that will enable them to seek entry-level employment in news and feature writing for newspapers, magazines, community journals, online websites and radio and television. The program includes development of a portfolio that will exhibit students' abilities to write both news and feature stories. News judgment is also integrated as a critical component of the program. An awareness of global and cultural differences also forms a key element of this degree for the successful graduate. The curriculum combines coursework in journalism with a General Education component.

Program Code:

3120  Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Journalism and New Media Studies

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Program Contacts

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Transfer Options

Transfer of credits may vary depending on the institution. Contact an Academic Advisor for more information on credit transfer.