Building upon Annenberg’s record of innovation in journalism education, the B.A. in Journalism offers a forward-thinking curriculum that encourages students to embrace technology, assess it critically, and employ it in the service of powerful and effective journalism. Team-taught courses leverage faculty expertise in video, audio, text and digital journalism to help students establish their
Here’s a snapshot of where some of our recent Journalism alumni are working:944 Magazine ABCNEWS.com AccuWeather Angeleno Magazine Antelope Valley Press Belleville News-Democrat Bender/Helper Impact Canon Communications LLC CBS CNN Comcast E! News Bureau Creators Syndicate Easy Reader Entertainment Weekly Fox Sports Net Gemstar-TV Guide International Glendale News-Press and Burbank
Annenberg students participate in an average of 3.4 internships while studying at USC. Journalism students gain valuable professional experience through some of the most coveted internships in the country and abroad. Selected companies hosting interns include the following:ABC News/World News Tonight with David Muir Agente129 BCBGMAXAZRIA Burberry Asia Limited Business Insider BWR Public
At USC Annenberg, you will increase your understanding of diverse disciplines which will enhance your writing and reporting. The School also provides specialized reporting classes in government and public affairs, international affairs, science, religion, education, urban ecology, demography, sports, entertainment, the environment and the arts. In addition, undergraduate students are
Upon successful completion of the Journalism degree program you should be able to:
1. Understand and apply the principles and laws of freedom of speech and press for the country.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the history and role of professionals and institutions in shaping communications.
3. Demonstrate an understanding of gender, race ethnicity, sexual
The best journalists can promote dialogue, advance justice, encourage civic engagement, and inform the public about major problems or issues facing society. As a journalism undergraduate student, we’ll teach you to work across all media platforms – print, broadcast and online - and you will practice your craft in a state-of-the arts media center. You’ll learn from top professionals, including