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 towards 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.
Work with experienced faculty to produce journalistic content ready for a professional portfolio.
Learn from faculty members who have worked in the field and have years of experience in the classroom.
Get involved from the start in our student newspaper, website, television news shows, magazine and radio.
State-of-the-art video equipment, software, and computer labs expose you to the latest industry technology.
Enjoy mentorships with faculty members who help guide you along your career path, from first-year internships to post-graduation career moves.
Students have the opportunity to present at state and national conferences to share campaigns and network with industry professionals.
I believe FSC is the reason I'm in my dream job. The classes, and even the student organizations, prepared me for real life experiences. What I was doing with my internship is what I’m in charge of now at my work.
— Shannah Bober
COM 4300 News Media Projects This capstone course allows students to produce an in-depth online journalistic piece, applying and refining skills learned in previous multimedia journalism courses.
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In the classroom, I not only teach theories of human communication, but also help students become better communicators. I start my courses by stating, 'It will take hard work to succeed, but I am working just as hard to be there for you. We build these ideas together. You will be great.' Students leave my class with a better understanding of themselves and with confidence to succeed in various forms of interpersonal relationships.
Student operated digital and print news organization that covers all facets of information gathering, reporting, and dissemination.
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, put their publishing and photography skills to work with the annual magazine, Interlaken, produce student-run broadcast programs, such as the Southern News Network.
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