Are you ready to take the next steps?
Journalism & Multimedia Studies majors get active in the mediated world. You’ll ground yourself in the principles of media literacy, production, and connectivity. You’ll track the threads of cultural, political-economic, and historical spheres through multimedia storytelling. You’ll get to practice your skills in real-world internships, and you can collaborate with campus-based publications. And by graduation, you’ll be creating meaningful work that contributes to the society around you.
- Practicum – Earn academic credit for working at The Independent, the print, online, and TV campus news magazine; or KDUR, the campus radio station. You can produce stories across media platforms (radio, video, online, print, photo, and social media) and build your resume by working the business side of these organizations.
- Student Shorts Fest – Students taking video classes participate in this film festival with guest scholars, writers, and filmmakers.
- Internships – All our students gain real-world experience through local, regional, and national internships.
Beyond the Degree
Once you graduate, you are qualified for any related graduate program or careers in such fields as:
- Corporate communications
- Creative non-fiction writing
- Multimedia journalism
- Public relations
For any career, this degree establishes your communication, critical thinking, creative problem solving, research, and investigative abilities. You will gain demonstrable skills in critical analysis, versatile forms of storytelling, concept development, and practical teamwork. You will be able to apply the tools, methods, and knowledge from the Journalism & Multimedia Studies program to any area concerned with creating meaningful contributions to society, both locally and globally.