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Overview

Journalism

The Journalism program prepares students with a body of knowledge and a system of inquiry, scholarship and training for careers in which they are accountable to the public interest for their knowledge, ethics, competence, and service; to citizens, clients or consumers for their competencies and the quality of their work; and to employers for their performance. 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Film Studies and Film Production reach well beyond the usual boundaries of the traditional visual arts to advance students’ critical thinking, creativity, visual literacy, cultural competency, and technical knowledge. Students also learn invaluable writing, research, management, and communication skills that transfer to a variety of professional settings within and outside of the media and entertainment industries. Our program provides partial lower-division preparation for transfer to a baccalaureate degree in this field.

POTENTIAL JOBS

Start your career as a professional and/or specialist in the area below!

  • Broadcaster
  • Documentarian
  • Journalist
     
  • Photojournalist
  • Public Relations Official
  • Videographer

Degrees & Certificates


Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T), Journalism ​

Journalism (AA-T) Curriculum Guide

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Associate in Arts (AA), Journalism – Newspaper/Magazine

Journalism (AA) Curriculum Guide

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Associate in Arts (AA), Journalism – Public Relations

Journalism (AA) Curriculum Guide

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Associate in Arts (AA), Journalism – Publications Specialist

Journalism (AA) Curriculum Guide

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Certificate of Achievement, Photojournalism ​

Journalism (AA) Curriculum Guide

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