études Journalistiques

Prepare for the future of news.

Overview

The program provides students with a solid theoretical foundation, but also work placements, which allow for practical or experiential learning and offer the possibility of developing a professional network.

We live in a society saturated by information, where the spreading of rumours is commonplace. The need for entrepreneurial spirits, for critical and responsible reflections on the events that surround us opens up a variety of career possibilities.

Let’s not forget the program’s laboratory known as the Salle des nouvelles (i.e.: the newsroom). Students can come and go as desired and contribute to an amazing environment amidst all of the energy!

Thanks to this space, our faculty-journalists, and our partnerships with groups such as Radio-Canada and Groupe Média TFO, students experience a unique learning environment.

 

Faculty Members

Faculty members for this program may be found on the University of Sudbury website

Key Features

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

Career Opportunities

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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