Multimedia Journalism Degree
Whether it involves breaking news, in-depth reporting, sports, or arts and entertainment, multimedia journalism is based on the craft of storytelling. Anderson University’s multimedia journalism program emphasizes telling stories with clarity and purpose, in a variety of media and with high ethical standards. Students learn the technical writing and production skills they need to excel in a
- Choose from a 3 or 4-year degree in multimedia journalism
- Select a 30-hour complementary major in multimedia journalism, alongside another major
- Add an 18-hour multimedia journalism minor to your primary program of study
- An internship is required in both the complementary (30-hour) and full (42-hour) multimedia journalism majors.
Multimedia Journalism Classes
- Writing for the Media
- Visual Communication
- Producing Multimedia Content
- Advanced Newswriting and Reporting
- Advanced Feature and Digital Writing
- Communicating through Social Media
Anderson University’s student-operated news organization, the Andersonian, produces online news, feature stories, video newscasts, and audio pieces. The weekly newscast features news and sports headlines and has led to national and statewide recognition through the College Media Association, the Indiana Collegiate Press Association, the Sports Video Group and the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Graduates with journalism, writing, production and storytelling skills find jobs in a variety of areas, including:
- Traditional Print
- Broadcast & Online News
- Sports Information
- Public Relations
- Other Associated Fields
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