Each student majoring in journalism is required to complete a professional internship with a minimum of 150 hours in the field of media prior to graduation. We have collected internship listings across all media locally, around the state and across the country.
Build Your Own Media Major
A Journalism degree from the Reynolds School is more than traditional print and broadcast training. We’re training the next generation of media makers for jobs that might not even exist yet. We’re looking for students who want to experiment, play and push the current boundaries of media forward. We focus on three main areas of study: news, strategic communications and visual design. However, students are encouraged to mix and match courses to meet their unique interests and vision.
Journalism is the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presenting news and information - it's also the product of these activities. This track focuses on the traditional practice of journalism.
See what a focus in news can do for your career in media.
This track encompasses a variety of media disciplines, including public relations, integrated marketing, management communication, social media and advertising.
See what a focus in Strategic Communications can do for your career in media.
If you're interested in photography, video, graphic design, page layout or user experience design - courses from the visual track might be in your future.
See what a focus in Visual Design can do for your career in media.
The Reynolds School offers an customizable, accelerated, affordable program.
This graduate program is designed to educate an emerging class of innovative professionals working at the intersection of journalism, strategic communication and interactive media. The program is structured in an three-semester intimate cohort model with focuses in media entrepreneurship, media studies and news innovation.
Graduates go on to become social media managers, business developers, entrepreneurial journalists, content strategists, writers and public relations professionals.
Research grants and teaching assistantships are available.