Your Indiana University bachelor's degree in journalism represents your hard work and the School of Journalism's commitment to preparing students for careers in a dynamic field.
The undergraduate curriculum has several emphases, including journalism and public relations. Students also may specialize in sports journalism. Journalism students learn reporting, editing and multimedia skills as well as practice these in a variety of student media. Public relations students design major campaigns for clients and operate a student-run public relations agency. Students concentrating on sports journalism have access to top professionals through programs at the National Sports Journalism Center at the school. These are the kinds of experiences that position you well for the job market.
The curriculum recently has been redesigned to maximize your opportunity to publish and create the portfolio that is so necessary to successfully compete for jobs after graduation.
- See the requirements for the bachelor's degree in journalism.
- Learn about the sports journalism courses.
- Learn about public relations courses.
- Student Consumer Information about the journalism certificate program
- Student Consumer Information about the public relations certificate program
Those with bachelor's degrees may be interested in the master's degrees in sports journalism or public relations.