Our undergraduate degree program has three sequences:
NEWS / EDITORIAL
Learn how to identify, report, and write the news. Other special subjects include sports journalism, photojournalism, and digital writing.
BROADCAST RADIO AND TV
Train to enter the professional news and production world as tomorrow's producers, reporters, videographers, anchors and directors.
ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
Learn to create and plan advertising and public relations campaigns, analyze media audiences and their interests, and more!
In four easy steps, you can become a Razorback and Journalism major at the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.
Journalism majors are expected to meet degree requirements mandated from the University and Fulbright College, as well as the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.
It's never too early to prepare for commencement: Find out all you need to know about advising with the school and for Fulbright College.
Learn about the courses that comprise each student's major plan in the School of Journalism and the Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences.
There are a number of interdisciplinary options for combined major programs through which Journalism students can take a selection of courses from two areas for more specialized career paths.
As one of the most versatile subjects on campus, journalism can add valuable skills to resumes/CVs that transfer well into many industries. The journalism minor is a major asset to obtain!
Honors candidates carry out independent study and research under the guidance of the journalism faculty and participate in honors classes in journalism and at least one other discipline.
In the Digital Media Lab, students work closely with editors for a semester and get real-life reporting and newsgathering experience.
Let your passport be your guide. Step outside your comfort zone, and explore abroad during your tenure at the U of A: Now offering a Travel Writing course for journalism majors studying abroad in Italy.