Journalism & Integrated Media

Study in the Department of Journalism and Integrated Media and you'll get real-world experience. That means:

  • Instruction by faculty with decades of professional experience in print and electronic journalism, media law, and public relations
  • Guidance, by people who have done it, toward integrating your Christian worldview into media workplaces that don't acknowledge Christ
  • Hands-on teaching in the latest media skills for print media, television and radio, web media, and public relations
  • Strategic contacts with media professionals in LA and nationwide for mentoring, insights into your education, and internships or job-entry
  • Preparation for graduate study in media and applied communication at the nation's best graduate schools and seminaries

What will I study?

Here is a sampling of courses you might take:

  • Convergent Journalism
  • Public Affairs Reporting
  • Photojournalism
  • Media Design Essentials
  • Broadcast Anchoring and Announcing
  • Public Relations Campaigns and Cases
  • Journalism Practicum (newspaper, magazine, television, radio, public relations)

Concentrations

Admissions Requirements

There are no special admission requirements for the Journalism major.

Go Deeper

For more information, check out this department's website:

Journalism & Integrated Media Department Website

The POINT

Check out the latest student-produced magazine of the journalism department.

Fall 2013 edition (PDF)

What can I do with a degree in Journalism?

  • Broadcast Anchor/Script Writer
  • Radio News Reporter or News Director
  • Newspaper or Web News Reporter/Writer
  • Magazine Editor or Publisher
  • Graphics Designer for newspapers, magazines, books
  • Public Relations Director for corporate, non-profit and ministry organizations
  • Photographer for newspapers or magazines
  • Prosecutor, Trial Attorney, or Judge
  • Sports Information Director

Back to Academics

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    September 14, 2014

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    October 25, 2014

    Do you want to visit Biola, but live out-of-state or in zip codes 94000-96199? Biola Bound may be the perfect visit opportunity for you! Come for a great weekend, explore what Biola has to offer, and have some fun in Southern California.

  • University Day

    November 9, 2014

    University Day is a two-day event where students and parents have the chance to explore different parts of the Biola community.

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