The School of Journalism and Media Innovation at Northeastern University places the ability to gather, investigate, analyze, and present information at the core of our curriculum. We emphasize reporting and writing skills in all undergraduate and graduate programs, offer courses that keep pace with the way news is delivered and consumed in today’s digital age, and develop co-op experiences that prepare students for success.
The world of communications is complex, ever-changing, and demanding, but also rewarding for those who are well prepared. In just the past decade, mobile computing and social media have revolutionized communications, interactions, and relationships. Everyone is a publisher. Access is constant. Real-time data and analytics provide audience insight, enabling communications optimization. If you're up for working in this new world of communications, Quinnipiac is the perfect place to start.
Feinstein School of Humanities, Arts and Education Department of Media + Design + Communication
Students in our digital-first Journalism program become more than just great writers. Through rigorous coursework and real-world experience at internships, you’ll learn how to gather news, and report current events in an ethical manner on digital, print, and electronic platforms.
Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts (MJD)
Our students learn to produce media that matters. We’re a globally-focused and digitally converged program and our students develop professional skill sets across our current media platforms and communication landscapes. With us you can study Digital Marketing Strategy and PR, Journalism, Documentary Film-Video production, Environmental and Health Communications, Media and Politics, Photojournalism, Streaming TV, Digital Design, Global Media, Media Law, and much more. We've recently been ranked one of "The Best Communication & Media Studies Bachelor’s Degree Schools in the New England Region." Come find out why.
Everything revolves around effective communication—it’s how we exchange ideas, tell stories that matter, do business, and make peace.
Communication is the foundation of a world that works. And whether you see yourself in the world of multimedia journalism, corporate communications, film production, or digital and social media, the Harrington School of Communication and Media at URI will give you the knowledge, skills, and experiences you need to get there.
Our democracy depends on journalists who can cut through the noise and find the information upon which the public relies. Journalists are trained to report deeply, behave ethically, and write clearly and compellingly. News platforms, both print and digital, are changing rapidly, yet the heart of journalism — fact gathering, observing, writing, and editing — remains the same, whether you’re composing a multimedia slideshow or a page-one feature. The UNH journalism program teaches you to ask questions that elicit significant answers, simplify the complicated, and use the digital tools needed to thrive in newsrooms. Most importantly, the program teaches you to become a great storyteller.