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464 BA Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication 2024



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BA Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication

A Bachelor of Arts degree allows students to study a wide array of classes in subjects such as mass media law, writing and humanities. The coursework is developed to allow a broad education, giving students a global perspective of the world around them.

What is a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication? Those who enroll in these courses learn writing in many different forms and become adept at expository and journalistic-style reporting. Classes in communications law and public relations broaden their understanding of the full-scope of mass communication in today’s society. Students may also branch out into specific types of journalism, such as broadcast journalism and photojournalism.

The critical-thinking skills acquired through this degree will aid students no matter which career they choose. The opportunity to become globally aware and the ability to analyze large amounts of information and then communicate it in a concise manner can make this degree a wise choice for many scholars.

Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication usually requires four years of study at a university. Costs for this vary widely, depending on the location and the type of institution. Prospective students should consult with their specific university to determine the cost of this degree.

Those who complete this undergraduate program often pursue writing careers such as magazine writer or news reporter, but there are those who choose to become media researchers. With the breadth of knowledge gained through this program, these are not the only career paths open. Many graduates find opportunities for careers in advertising, broadcasting, photojournalism, graphic design or various public relations positions.

Students can take classes to earn an undergraduate degree in journalism and mass communication from a variety of locations worldwide. From online to study abroad, the opportunities and options are limitless. To help find a good fit for you, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.