Graduates of the journalism area of study receive a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Journalism.

The journalism curriculum prepares students to present news and information with the intent to better inform society — through nonfiction storytelling that utilizes multiple media tools. The curriculum is based in a solid foundation of ethical and legally sound reporting that engages audiences through the written word, videography, informational graphics, interactive media — as well tools of virtual and augmented reality.

The MJ-school educates and inspires highly motivated, innovative, creative problem solvers to lead the public conversation from a foundation of critical thinking, storytelling and data analytics. Students maintain an unwavering commitment to the ideals of accuracy and fairness.

Student Work (Journalism)

Recoding the Boys’ Club: Women vs. the Political Tech Ceiling
Aftermath: Puerto Ricans Rebuild After Maria
Raw | Coulture magazine
The Upside | Coulture magazine
Picturing Freedom
Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2017: River Reflections
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