The Journalism specialization prepares students for responsibilities in contemporary news media with roles ranging from reporter to columnist. Students will learn to gather, write and edit information for diverse news outlets.
The world of journalism is undergoing fundamental changes, but the need to communicate clearly and concisely has never been greater. Students taking journalism courses concentrate first and foremost on the development of their writing skills. Students prepare themselves for traditional positions such as newspaper reporter or editor as well as the many opportunities in the world of new media.
Students have the opportunity to work for the student newspaper, The Voyager, as they progress through the program.
- Bachelor of Arts, Communication Degree Plan
- UWF Course Catalogue
- Journalism Courses
- Academic Learning Compact - Journalism
In 2009, Xynn Tii’s sophomore slump was not a slump at all. He followed his mother’s advice and filed the paperwork to start his own company. After building his portfolio and client list, XT Inc. was born.
Six years later, the company is still standing, stronger than ever after launching Array – a high-definition smart screen for digital content.
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