Do you like to write? More importantly, are you curious about the way things are - and what’s possible? Do you like to ask questions, and do you like to share what you’ve learned? How about exploring new ways, new technologies to help people understand what they need to know, whether it’s about how they live their lives - or making the world a better place?
If you said “yes” to any of those questions, consider a minor in journalism. The journalism minor takes an interdisciplinary approach to helping students take an active role in their communities of interest. While our core coursework is designed to get students jobs in digital, print and broadcast media, we also offer courses open to all students because we want to help everyone tell the stories they care about.
The minor is open to all students, regardless of their major, from across all colleges. Coursework requires 18 credits - 9 hours of required courses and 9 hours of electives - and must include at least two courses outside a student’s major field.