The Master’s Degree in Communications and Sports Journalism at Universidad Europea de Madrid is a graduate study program that enables students with specialized learning for careers in sports media. Students in this program learn the necessary creative and communication skills by studying advanced subjects in printed journalism, sports radio, new technologies, and scientific research methodologies. This program is specifically for students with an interest in furthering their studies to a master level for specialized positions in sports broadcasting and journalism. Career projections include radio broadcaster, sports journalist, and sports press agent.
Suffolk University’s Communication and Journalism department gives students access to a specialized video production classroom and editing lab, state-of-the-art computer labs and a television studio. Students will be taught to use industry-standard lighting equipment, sound equipment and digital cameras, along with non-linear editing software. Majors will also have chances to participate in one of Suffolk’s co-curricular activities.
Majors are urged to practice their skills by writing for Suffolk’s award-winning student newspaper and online publications, The Suffolk Journal and The Suffolk Voice. They will also be encouraged to join the student video-club, RamCam Productions and will have the opportunity to get in front of the camera, reporting for the “Suffolk in the City” features on New England Cable News.
Journalism is the division of mass communications that gives people the knowledge they require to make sound decisions about the problems currently influencing their public and personal lives. Journalism is not just a compilation of news, it also provides evaluation, interpretation and persuasion. Bircham University’s Journalism program teaches the basics of news gathering and evaluation and the construction and writing of journal stories.
Subjects covered on this course include: Writing Fundamentals & Style, The Communication Process, Media Influence, Mass Communications, Broadcasting, Writing for Television & Radio, News Writing & Reporting, Narrative Development, Script & Screen Writing, Creative Writing, Multimedia Communications, Journalism, Audio-visual Communication and Investigative Journalism. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Journalism course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.