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Introduction to Journalism

Journalism is where the production and distribution of news, current happenings and events are reported to a public audience. Journalists are driven by an urge to report the truth and deliver accurate information to the public. In a world where media can often be corrupted by misleading information or figures, journalism aims to fix that by adhering to a specific code of ethics.

Thus, the journalistic world operates by publishing and gathering information that is supported with evidence and reporting it without being biased to either point of view.

Are you someone who is passionate about writing and wants to let the world know? Do you have a strong opinion on worldly matters and have a sense of what is right and wrong?

Journalism may the perfect course for you to delve into.

What does an Journalist do?

The key role of a journalist is to gather information and write news pieces that present information in a balanced and factual manner. They also report and investigate current events, as well as write feature articles and updates to inform the public. 

Could you imagine a world without journalists?

It would be a state of pure ignorance, because half the country could be on fire and the people wouldn’t be aware of it. In a world where fake information is more rampant than ever, journalists play an important role to identify the truth and report it to the masses, no matter how dangerous it may be. Journalists that risk their lives to bring the truth to light are often considered as heroes. 

Branches of Journalism

Journalism has two specializations, print and online. Print focuses on traditional methods of reporting, such as newspapers and magazines. Online reporting is done through media such as blogs, social media, and TV broadcasts.

The 9 main fields of journalism are:

  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Investigative Journalism
  • Sports Journalism
  • Business and Financial Reporting
  • Environmental Journalism
  • Feature and Magazine Writing
  • Global and International Journalism
  • Political Journalism
  • Sports Reporting

What will you study?

  • Fundamentals of Journalism
  • Internet & New Media
  • Magazine Journalism
  • Media Criticism
  • TV Journalism
  • Reporting Methods
  • History of Journalism
  • News Reporting & Writing
  • Feature Writing
  • Photojournalism


Why should you study Journalism?

Growth: You should study Journalism because as a person you will see growth within you. You will learn how news are tackled and created; the journalists today go through a tough process just to produce a piece. In that process you will learn that nothing comes easy and that you need to use every connection, lessons and learnings that you have experienced in order to be able to achieve what successful journalists have.

Opportunities: Choosing Journalism as your course does not limit you from just becoming a journalist. Opportunities such as being part of a PR, advertising and marketing companies have their doors open for journalism degree holders. The horizon is wide for students who take this course because of the skills that they gain from this program.

Communication: As a Journalism student you get to gain and improve your communication skills, it is important that you are able to communicate the right information to the right audience for them to understand the message you are trying to convey to them.

What are the job opportunities?

For this path, there will a lot of opportunity for growth. The career opportunities for Journalism graduates are:

  • Editor
  • Art Director
  • Broadcast News Analyst
  • Feature Writer
  • Reporters
  • TV Reporter
  • Announcers
  • PR Specialists
  • Technical Writers
  • Writers and Authors
  • Film and Video editors
  • Photographers

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