The journalism program prepares students for careers in the field by fusing classroom instruction with practical experience through campus media outlets. Students build a foundation for success by understanding journalism’s history, ethics, governing principles and role in a global society. Whether through print, broadcast or electronic means, students learn news gathering and story composition techniques, preparing them for multimedia jobs in a converged world. Join us!
The Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism offers sequential levels of writing and reporting, in addition to multimedia journalism and technology integration. Students will build their portfolios by gathering news and telling stories through the school’s four campus media news outlets: The Legacy student newspaper, LindenLink.com, LUTV News and KCLC-FM. Journalism majors have the option of a Print or Broadcast emphasis. A minor in journalism is also available.
The Journalism faculty at Lindenwood University includes experienced writers and reporters who bring years of professional experience into the classroom. Using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, faculty members create meaningful connections between the practice’s theory and industry evolution.
At Lindenwood University, you don’t have to wait until your junior or senior year to get involved with our campus media outlets listed below. Students can begin gaining hands-on experience and building their portfolio their freshmen year.
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