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Communication: Multimedia Journalism

Learn the power of compelling storytelling to make a difference in the world.

Everyone has a story, and multimedia journalism focuses on delivering those great stories through hands-on writing, video, and online production. In addition, students develop a greater understanding of and a more critical eye toward today’s media environment.

The multimedia journalism program is fully integrated with dedicated courses that focus on reporting and production for print, broadcast, and online media.

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Hands-on Learning

Work with experienced faculty to produce journalistic content ready for a professional portfolio.

Professional Experience

Learn from faculty members who have worked in the field and have years of experience in the classroom.

Student Media Opportunities

Get involved from the start in our student newspaper, website, television news shows, magazine and radio.

Modern Facilities

State-of-the-art video equipment, software, and computer labs expose you to the latest industry technology.

Beyond the Classroom

Enjoy mentorships with faculty members who help guide you along your career path, from first-year internships to post-graduation career moves.

Conference Opport­un­it­ies

Students have the opportunity to present at state and national conferences to share campaigns and network with industry professionals.

Meet Our Mocs

Andrew Pawling
John Christovich
Sarah Dube
Mike Trice, Ph.D.

Featured Faculty

Mike Trice

The classroom does not have exclusive claim to learning. Especially in our field, learning must take place in a larger learning laboratory. My teaching philosophy is that students learn best practicing as professionals would, with guidance and feedback along the way to help them improve. Student media, in particular, give students the opportunity to learn from both their successes and mistakes.

The Southern - The Student Voice of Florida Southern College

Student operated digital and print news organization that covers all facets of information gathering, reporting, and dissemination.

Clubs And More

Multimedia Journalism students have several organizations to acquire hands-on experience. Write stories for the print or online version of the student newspaper, The Southern, or produce student-run broadcast programs, such as the Southern News Network.

Program Details





Admission Requirements


All freshman applicants to Florida Southern Colleges full-time degree programs must submit the following information:


Applying to Florida Southern as a transfer student is easy.

If transferring less than 24 credits, we also need your:

  • Official high school transcript
  • SAT and/or ACT scores

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Program Contact

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Cara T. Mackie Cara T. Mackie, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Communication

Department Chair

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