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The Journalism Area of Concentration seeks to develop in students a journalistic sensibility for what constitutes news worthiness, a proper audience awareness, and a sense of responsibility in the production and dissemination of news stories.
The concentration focuses on two methodologies in delivering the news:
The area of concentration is open to all Department majors without prerequisites and welcomes students from other majors and disciplines, especially Advertising, Business, and the Sciences.
The online newspaper The Exchange provides journalism students with hands-on experience, working together in editing and reporting teams drawn from every print journalism class to update the paper multiple times a week. Please view a sample issue.
What students are saying
Convergent Journalism was great because I gained a lot of on-line media skills such as web design and HTML. Most journalism jobs require some knowledge of this and it's great that I am able to put that on my resume.
- Angie Wirtanen, '06
View the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.
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