If you want to be a globe-trotting journalist, then international reporting is for you. Critical issues, global events, international crises and cultural storytelling are important news stories for everyone. That’s where you come in.
Learn from Pulitzer-Prize winners and other experts on acceptable standards of reporting, any limits on a free press, the relationship of some governments with news organizations and cultural sensitivity and ethics.
You might want to work for an international news organization or go oversees to report for U.S. news media. Knowing more than one language makes you especially attractive to employers.
Students would complete 12 credits for the International Reporting Concentration from the following options:
- JRN 265 (3 credits) International Journalism and Media
- JRN 365 (3 credits) International News and Regional Dynamics
- JRN 465 (3 credits) International Reporting
Complete three additional credits from the following course options:
- JRN 365 (3 credits) International News and Regional Dynamics. May be taken up to three times with a different region or topic
- JRN 483 (6 credits) Photo Communication in Europe Education Abroad
- JRN 484 (6 credits) Sports Journalism Education Abroad
- JRN 485 (6 credits) Environmental Communication Education Abroad
- JRN 486 (6 credits) British and Irish Mass Media Education Abroad
- JRN 487 (6 credits) Creative Journey Education Abroad
- JRN 492 (3 credits) special topics, if applicable and with advisor approval
Questions about this focus area? Schedule an appointment with your advisor.