Journalism

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Students interact with industry professionals such as Katie Couric, pictured.

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Journalism faculty members have an average of 15 years of pro industry experience.

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Students can gain hands-on experience from day one on the Daily Update news show.

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Journalism offers a B.A. as well as specialty tracks in business and in fashion media.

Facilities

The Division of Journalism is located in the Journalism Complex in the Umphrey Lee Center, which houses faculty and administrative offices, audio and video production and media support areas.

The main media content areas provide a complete broadcast studio with control room

  

and a convergence newsroom, with computer equipment designed for production of multiplatform news content.

Concept and design of the Journalism Complex promote individualized instruction. Classrooms and conference rooms are state-of-the-art, with complete audio and video capabilities. All classrooms are equipped with the latest computers for each student.

Journalism

Journalism majors are permitted secure, 24-hour access to the complex. Each student is encouraged to spend as much time as desired on highly specialized equipment to pursue projects and assignments in a professional media work environment.

Areas of Study

Advertising

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Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Journalism

Undergraduate Studies

Classes

Facilities

Belo Journalism Center

Faculty and Staff

Alumni

Division Projects

Advisory Board

Internships

Journalism in Dallas

FAQ

Mission Statement

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