Master the art of reporting, writing and using technology for publication or broadcast in Southern’s Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science journalism degrees. Both provide the liberal arts background necessary for careers in news media and allied fields, such as business and public service, and for law school or other related graduate programs. A variety of on-campus organizations, such as the student newspaper, magazine, television station and radio station, supplement hands-on coursework, which is taught by faculty who are veteran journalists, as well as part-time faculty working in the field.
Journalism skills translate well into several industries. As such, several journalism classes are part of interdisciplinary minors at Southern, listed below. Journalism courses are included in the core requirements for the minor in Public Relations and Drone Applications.