As a student in our undergraduate program, you will be introduced to the working world of journalists and public relations practitioners. You will be taught by top-notch faculty, including an investigative reporter from The Boston Globe, a Wired Magazine contributing editor, a former Cold War correspondent, the owner of a communications agency, authors, consultants, and professors with experience at some of the most prestigious news agencies in the world.
If you want to specialize in a specific field the university offers many minors to choose from, including a Creative Industries minor. The Creative Industries minor offers students a chance to learn interactive media skills and theory to prepare them for journalism in the digital age. Check out the Creative Industries minor courses and requirements.
The School of Journalism is part of Northeastern University’s College of Arts, Media and Design. The curriculum is designed to give you a broad education in world civilization, the sciences, languages, as well as professional skills.
Visit our quick guide to School of Journalism major requirements.→ For the latest course offerings and course description,visit the website of the Office of the Registrar.
Call us at 617.373.3236 for additional information about the program, or to schedule a meeting with one of our faculty members.