Bachelor of Journalism is a mass communication course for undergraduates. A bachelor’s degree in journalism is an exciting career that allows you to meet new people and travel. The Bachelor of Journalism focuses on the gathering and dissemination of news via print and electronic media. A bachelor’s degree in journalism requires highly developed language abilities, a good understanding of media, an interest in current events, and a broad general knowledge.
Students can choose to specialise in television journalism, health reporting, IT reporting, business and finance reporting, crime reporting, sports reporting, or international correspondence as part of their Bachelor of Journalism curriculum. As the number of media channels grows, more sorts of journalism are being practised than ever before. Successful journalists must improve their overall competency with personal enterprise, invention, imagination, and creativity in order to stand out from the throng.
Jobs directly relevant to this degree are, Journalist, Media Consultant, Social Media Manager, Photojournalist, Public Relations Specialist, News Analyst etc.
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