Journalism–B.S. JOUR, with emphases in:
- Photojournalism and Documentary Studies
- Journalism and Political Science–B.S. (merged major)
- minor in Journalism
- minor in Environmental Communication
- minor in Photojournalism and Documentary Studies
Department Web site:
Photojournalism and Documentary Studies
Modern society places increasing demands on professional
journalists; we’ll prepare you for this fast-paced world through hands-on classes
and professional experience.
An important aspect of your education is developing news
judgment skills forged in the heat of actual newspaper deadlines.
To develop those skills, you’ll have the opportunity to work
on The Lumberjack, the university’s
award-winning weekly newspaper. You’ll also be able to get class credit for
internships at other approved organizations.
Prepare to work as a:
- documentary filmmaker
- magazine writer
- public relations specialist
GPA requirements for the major
You must earn a grade of C or better in all courses required
for the journalism major to satisfy prerequisites and to graduate.
Declaring a journalism major
You must test out of or pass the following pre-major courses
with a C or better before declaring a major in journalism:
For more information, visit the academic catalog or contact Professor Tolan: