A Journalism degree at NAU will give you hands-on practical experience in gathering credible sources, determining the truth, writing concisely and effectively, and relaying valuable and engaging stories to the public.
You will learn to deliver information through online video, television broadcasts, and print media.
You will learn to report on current events and explore many different issues at a local, national, and international level. As a journalist, at NAU, you will be reporting on evidence-based news to build your reputation and accountability on your journey to becoming a professional journalist.
The knowledge and skills developed through a your journalism degree will also transfer to careers across disciplines and industries.
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, and NAZ Today. You’ll also be able to get class credit for internships at other approved organizations.
For more information, contact:
Associate Professor of Practice