Regardless of the medium, it is more important than ever before for journalists to be equipped with the skills to take their own photos, shoot their own videos, and write compelling stories. Concordia’s integrated approach to multimedia journalism will teach you the skills you need to succeed.

Learn from professors who have made a name for themselves in print and video — some of whom still work full time for the local media.

Programs of Study

Major or Minor in Multimedia Journalism

This interdisciplinary program combines art, communication, and English. In fact, many students pair a major in multimedia journalism with a minor in art, communication, English, or political science.

Should I study multimedia journalism?

Successful completion of the major or minor in multimedia journalism will enable you to:

  • Understand the changing role and importance of journalism in modern society
  • Use rich, precise, and illuminating language
  • Construct skillful narratives
  • Find and assess relevant facts, interpret them, and present them in a context that is concise, fair, and accurate
  • Show familiarity with the major ethical and legal issues in journalism

If you value these skills, a major or minor in multimedia journalism may be a great choice for you.

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Dr. Vincent J. Reusch

Chair/Associate Professor, English; Program Director, Multimedia Journalism; Editor, Ascent English, Global Studies, Multimedia Journalism