Clarity. Accuracy. Truth.

Journalism: Concentration

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Objective truth. Practical information. Clear communication. That’s journalism, at NGU.

$61,310
Median Annual Wage
For media and communication workers.*
14%
Projected Growth
In media and communication career opportunities from 2020-2030.*
200+
Internship Partners
You need an internship. We’ve got options. Locally. Nationally. Even globally. Take advantage of our extensive network as you prepare to launch your career.

* Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

One Path. Many Options.

The world of journalism is broader than basic writing and reporting. Yes, those talents are required to clearly communicate important information. But so much more goes on behind the scenes. Research, print, and layout planning. Multimedia design including images, infographics, and interactive features. Content production, interviewing, editing, and more. Embrace your natural curiosity as you find and communicate meaningful truth through everyday stories and events.

Pursue countless journalistic careers including researcher, reporter, writer, editor, or producer. Work for magazines, newspapers, web outlets, and television/radio broadcasts. Even expand your future into related fields like marketing and public relations. All of this, and more, through a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media with a concentration in journalism.

What Can I Do with a Concentration in Journalism?

A concentration in journalism prepares graduates for careers in the dynamic field of media and communication.

With strong writing, research, and storytelling skills, journalism graduates can pursue diverse roles in news organizations, digital media, broadcast journalism, and other related industries.

Broadcast Journalist

Copy Editor

Investigative Journalist

News Anchor

Photojournalist

Reporter

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Experience Learning In Studio and Across Campus

The Vision (Online & Magazine)

One incredible experience. Two award-winning publications. Countless ways to improve your talents. Writing. Photojournalism. Videography. Editing. Production. And more. Practice all of it while working for NGU’s magazine (The Vision) and news site (The Vision Online).

Vision-48 News

Television writing and producing. Studio operations and field production. Experience every aspect as a VisionTV staff member. Recognized by the SC Press Association as a leader in online student media, NGU’s VisionTV and VisionMedia are led by students like you.

NGU Film Club

Join the student-led NGU Film Club and inspire Christian storytelling through video production. Collaborate with your peers to produce films. Write, direct, produce, and promote various projects.

Communicate Beside Experienced & Faithful Story Tellers

Web Drake, PhD
Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts
Randall E. King, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Communication
Heather Kunselman
Academic Secretary
Kelechi Benet, MFA
Assistant Professor, Communication
Lara Jackson, MS
Instructor, Mass Communication
Karyn Campbell, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Shurajit Gopal, PhD
Assistant Professor, Broadcasting
Andrew W. Stevens, DMin
Associate Professor, Communication
Ansley Welchel, APR
Instructor, Communication
John W. Williford, Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
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