Griffith's Bachelor of Journalism degree provides real world skills for people looking for an exciting future in the media. You will gain the skills to pursue a wide variety of careers in journalism from general reporting to specialisations such as foreign correspondence, sports writing, editorial photography or political journalism. Journalism also provides key transferable skills in research and information collection and writing and effective communication, which are highly valued in the contemporary job market.
This professionally oriented degree is designed in partnership with industry specialists and experts. It offers industry standard cross-platform expertise in newspaper, online, radio, television, visual journalism and social media, coupled with expertise in documentary making and photojournalism.
You will learn from experienced journalists and gain work experience, with the opportunity to complete an industry internship in your final year. In fact, Griffith offers more industry internships than any other Queensland university. Through our extensive internships program, you will hone your skills and gain your own industry contacts, giving you a head start when you set out on your career.
As well as core journalism and related courses, you will complete two minors in fields that will complement your journalism study.
Students who commence the program in 2018 must undertake a full-time study load.
Uddannelsen er på SU-fasttrack listen
Uddannelsen er godkendt til støtte i perioden fra 29. juni 2016 til 28. juni 2020. Efter denne periode skal uddannelsen igen vurderes for at komme på Fast Track listen.