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Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Bachelor's in Journalism

Journalism is going through tremendous changes. Our journalism major is keeping pace with a new state-of-the-art curriculum, a new convergence studies program, and labs with the latest technology so students can be prepared for what's ahead. Our faculty include national award winners who have many years of experience in newspaper, broadcast, and online journalism. 

Loyola's journalism students routinely secure internships at the Chicago Tribune, Sun-Times, WLS, WMAQ, and other Chicago news outlets. Students also can contribute to an online news portal or work for the University's radio station or TV news show.

Loyola’s journalism major provides students with a comprehensive education focusing on both the traditional and advanced skills needed for various media outlets. The curriculum combines hands-on learning with a focus on ethics, values, and social concerns. The major:

*Students majoring in Advertising & Public Relations, Communication Studies (including Advocacy and Social Change), International Film and Media Studies (Production), Film and Digital Media or Journalism cannot major (or minor) in another program within the School of Communication.

Loyola

School of Communication · 820 N. Michigan Ave
Water Tower Campus · Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6548 · Fax: 312.915.6955
E-mail: LoyolaSOC@luc.edu

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