Our Journalism Degree will prepare you for a career in publishing across all formats!
Learn the technology and techniques that are revolutionizing the way we produce the news accurately and ethically. From Day One as a journalism major, you'll sharpen your skills by reporting for The Wood Word and TVM News from Day One.
Prepare for a career in the rapidly changing world of journalism. From newspapers to magazines to television and the web, specializing in journalism prepares you for a career in publishing across formats. Learn how to use digital tools to think, write, and bring a story to life in new and exciting ways.
- Use digital tools to think, write, and bring a story to life
- Preparation for a career in publishing across formats
- Hands-on experience reporting for The Wood Word and TVM News
If you are interested in creating and editing engaging and impactful stories for TV and radio, social media, web-based publications, such as blogs and traditional print media, this may be the degree for you.
Learn the technology and techniques that are revolutionizing the way we produce the news accurately and ethically. Practice your skills by reporting for The Wood Word and TVM News from Day One. Prepare for an exciting career in journalism with a degree from Marywood.
Outcomes & Opportunities
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Top Career Paths
- Communications Manager
- Content Manager
- News Editor
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Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation
- Official SAT and/or ACT test scores (Marywood is test optional)
- Essay (optional)
Map & Directions
Located in the Learning Commons, the Center for Multimedia Communication is a state-of-the-art training ground for future communication professionals. The center includes provides a variety of media tools that can be used necessary to publish an online newspaper; direct, product, shoot, or edit video and audio programming; create and publish a PR newsletter; work as on-air television or radio talent; create virtual sets; produce short films; manage social media accounts; broadcast live sporting events; and much more.
Map & Directions
With the Learning Commons, the library takes on a new form—a 21st Century library that focuses on actively empowering the learner. It is a scholars’ gathering place, where students from all disciplines converge, collaborate, and expand their horizons ever further. Learning Commons Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8am-12am Fri: 8am-7pm Sat.: 9am-7pm Sun.: 11am-12am
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