Prepare for a communication career in journalism!
Let the award-winning staff of the University of Findlay teach you the skills you need to fulfill your dream of finding a rewarding career doing something you enjoy. A bachelor’s degree in journalism/digital media will help you reach your goals.
Mass communication technology is forever changing, but one thing remains constant, and that’s the principles of journalism. Whether journalists write news or features for newspapers, magazines, television, radio or even online content, they all require you to:
- Gather fair and accurate information
- Effectively conduct interviews
- Research and observe
- Manage time to meet deadlines
- Make ethical decisions
You will learn a variety of skills such as:
- Mass communication
- News writing
- Digital media
- Web design
- Video production
- Audio production
- Interactive communication
Students gain experience through many projects including this one.
In the News
WLFC 88.3 Brings ‘Findlay’s Indie’ to the Airwaves Like Never Before
Music listeners in today’s digital-driven society are drawn to online streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora and iTunes where one can access millions of songs and customize playlists. But, one thing streaming services can’t offer is a connection to a listener’s community and an authentic reflection of its audience. WLFC 88.3, the University of Findlay’s student-led radio station, has made strides over the past year to guarantee high-quality programming with one goal in mind: being a “voice for the community, reflecting the voices of the people in the community.” Read more.