Journalism degrees in Massachusetts - results 1-10 of 69

  1. Journalism

    Springfield Technical Community College - Springfield, MA

    • AA

    Journalism is the discipline of collecting, analyzing, verifying and presenting news regarding current events, trends, issues and people. Preparation for a career in journalism generally requires a strong background in writing and understanding of current events

  2. Journalism

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • Journalism (with recommended f...

    journalist. The graduate program in Journalism is a 48-credit, three-semester program that crosses all media. Students take foundation coursework including Media Law and Ethics, Journalism Toolkit, and Online Journalism before honing his/her focus in one -- or multiple -- areas: Broadcast, Business and Economics, Digital Lab, International, Magazines, Narrative, News, Photojournalism, Public Policy, and

  3. Journalism

    Stonehill College - Easton, MA

    • Bachelor's

    The Stonehill College Journalism program, part of the Department of Communication, offers courses designed to help graduates entering journalism, public relations and advertising worlds. Courses range from video production and news writing to public relations and media law - taught by award-winning professors

  4. Journalism

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • Minor

    The minor in journalism encompasses focus areas in: News-Editorial Broadcast Photo Magazine Prerequisite: Completion of COM CO 201, Introduction to Communication Writing, with a C or better

  5. Journalism

    Emerson College - Boston, MA

    • Bachelor's

    Emerson’s Journalism Department has adopted a dynamic new curriculum for students entering in Fall 2011 or later, and students from earlier classes who “opt in.” The

  6. Journalism

    Northeastern University - Boston, MA

    • Bachelor's

    more than experience for former journalism student Michele Richinick, (MA '12). She will head to New York City to a full-time position with NBC. According to Ms. Richinick, she

  7. Journalism

    Hampshire College - Amherst, MA

    • BA

    The Hampshire College system of inquiry-based learning helps develop the independence of thought and the analytical skills necessary to become a good journalist.

  8. Journalism

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • MS

    In addition, each student must submit a professional project or thesis that, in the judgment of the faculty, makes an original contribution to the study of mass communication. Students have three options: a professional project of 5,000 words that demonstrates substantial accomplishment in original reporting for newspapers; two nonfiction, professi

  9. Journalism (ma)

    Emerson College - Boston, MA

    • Degree

    The graduate program in Journalism will prepare you to be a thoughtful, ethical, and informed news professional. Through both classroom training and field experiences including internships and applied projects

  10. BS in Journalism

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • BS

    courses are required of all Journalism majors and are taken concurrently with those in one of the sequences. Core Courses COM JO 250 Fundamentals of Journalism COM JO 303 Visual Journalism (prereq: JO 250) COM JO 304 Multimedia Journalism (prereq: JO 250) COM JO 310 Beat Reporting (prereq: JO 250) COM JO 357 History and