Courses cover topics such as radio, television, print and electronic media, cross-cultural communication, photojournalism, etc
In 4th year, students must perform 200 placement hours which allow them to gain experience in journalism
Learn to express yourself clearly and concisely, review a situation and analyze it critically, and understand its political or social implications
Employers, especially those in Northern Ontario, anxiously await our graduates! In this rapidly changing field, employers seek out our alumni because they have mastered the latest technologies and the innovative approaches required for journalism in today’s world. Graduates can pursue a career as a: journalist, editor, animator, editor, producer, audiovisual designer, researcher, director, analyst, etc.
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