Bachelor in Journalism
Start with a journalism major, and you can go a lot of different places. Your career might take you to the world of politics or sports or entertainment or business. It might lead you to those whose stories too often are ignored. It might take you across the globe -- or into the heart of your own community. You’ll learn to create stories in words and images, learn how to use social media to report and learn how to produce multimedia stories for the Web. And you can take advantage of special opportunities like these:
- International photojournalism depth reports
- Nebraska News Service
- Omaha World-Herald Fellowship program
- Hearst Journalism competition
- News21 national reporting project
- Dow Jones editing program
- Business journalism internships
A FEW PLACES OUR STUDENTS GO:
Our recent graduates have successful careers at major news and production media companies, non-profit organizations, small businesses, start-ups and government agencies.
Study with faculty who have significant professional experience and a vast network of industry contacts. Select “Journalism” as your major on the undergraduate application.