Media Journalism—Associate in Arts (AA) Degree

At its core, journalism is the sharing of information. Common types of media used to disperse this messaging include television, radio, film, print, and online media.

As they create stories to share, journalists are constantly working to establish credibility through thorough research, the pursuit of accurate material, excellent communication skills, and keen attention to detail.

Get started in the world of journalism by taking a variety of classes that focus on writing and written material. You're encouraged to think independently and express your opinion while learning multiple styles and techniques. Develop a solid foundation for future pursuits in this ever-changing field.

Journalism is an incredibly broad area that allows you to study many different ideals and unique possibilities. You may have an area of focus in mind—or something in class may spark an interest. In fact, the opportunities in the field of journalism are limitless.

Sample Semester 1 16 Credit Hours

    COURSE LIST Course Ids: ENG-151#3 hrs,Select a Mathematics Course#3 hrs,PLT-151#3 hrs,JRN-180#3 hrs,JRN-152#3 hrs,MCC-101#1 hr

Sample Semester 2 15 Credit Hours

    COURSE LIST Course Ids: ENG-152#3 hrs,JRN-155#3 hrs,SOC-151#3 hrs,Select a Humanities Course#3 hrs,Select a Physical Science Course#3-4 hrs

Sample Semester 3 15 Credit Hours

    COURSE LIST Course Ids: SPE-151#3 hrs,ENG-251#3 hrs,JRN-170#3 hrs,HIS-170#3 hrs,Select a Life Science Course#3-4 hrs

Sample Semester 4 15 Credit Hours

    COURSE LIST Course Ids: JRN-165#3 hrs,Select an Elective#3 hrs,Select an Elective#3 hrs,Select an Elective#3 hrs,Select an Elective#3 hrs

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