Journalism majors at Gaylord College use our state-of-the-art facilities in a nationally-ranked program to become multimedia journalists and storytellers through hands-on learning and real-world experiences.
A major in journalism is ideal for the student interested in writing, public affairs or current events, or digital storytelling and multimedia production. Journalism majors pursue careers as reporters, news anchors, broadcast journalists or copy writers and editors. The critical thinking, analysis and research skills also prepares students for postgraduate studies.
A maximum of 50 hours of JMC will be counted in the 124 hours required for graduation. At least 80 hours must be completed outside of Gaylord College.
Students must choose one of the following: