Journalism and Media

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Journalism and Media is a subject that deals with investigating events, creating accurate reports, and then distributing the information to the public through various media channels. Journalism is important because the world needs people who can look at a situation objectively, determine the authenticity of each story and uncover the truth behind it.
Learn more! Whether through traditional media (newspapers, magazines, radio, television) or digital / new media (social networks, blogs, vlogs and others), studying Journalism & Media will allow you to keep people informed and discuss issues that are fundamental to the well-being of our society.
At a basic level, Journalism and Media encompasses sub-disciplines that focus on how the public gains access to information. Whether through Journalism, Media Management, Public Relations or Translation and Interpreting, Journalism students learn to choose their words carefully and understand their full impact. Journalism courses provide essential skills for working in media organizations, such as excellent oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, research, as well as an ethical and responsible attitude.
Some of the specializations in Journalism and Media include Broadcast Journalism, Digital Journalism, Business Journalism, Political Journalism, Journalism Design and Graphics, Science and Environmental Journalism, and Public Relations and Advertising. After graduating, you will find jobs as: broadcast journalist, editorial assistant, magazine journalist, writer, web content manager, and copy editor or proofreader. A bachelor’s or master’s degree in journalism and media also allows you to work as a digital copywriter, multimedia specialist, translator or public relations officer.