Journalism Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Cert., BA, BSc, MA, MSc




Total 558 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Television and Broadcast Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Chapman University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Orange, United States
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1.Students will demonstrate strong writing and storytelling skills that are appropriate to professional expectations in their area of emphasis �narrative television, broadcast journalism or documentary.
2.Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze current TV market conditions and business models and then evaluate the marketability and viability of their skills and creative work within that market.
3.Students will demonstrate the ability to use technology and other craft areas �cinematography, videography, sound, editing �to enhance story as it grows from the written word (script) to a finished, visual story.
4.Students will demonstrate the ability to work in a professional, collaborative environment appropriate to broadcast news, documentary or narrative television.

You&,#146,ll Study

Along with a broad liberal arts education, you’ll learn:
•The basics of production, including single and multi-camera shooting and directing, cinematography, editing and sound
•How to write for television for episodic programs or news or documentaries
•The financial and social/cultural aspects of television
•How to work in ... [Read More]

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anderson University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Anderson, United States
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Journalism is a rapidly changing field. It is no longer about just paper and ink, but it touches every form of mass communication in existence today: web, mobile, social media, radio, television, and yes, traditional print media. The Department of Communication at AU offers vital professional experience in each of these areas of communication, preparing students for careers in print, web, and broadcast media.

Journalism students have the opportunity to play key roles in professional ventures at AU, including WQME 98.7 FM, the Andersonian newspaper, and in video productions such as the Emmy® Award-winning documentary A Ripple of Hope. These cross-media opportunities prepare students for roles in today&,#146,s diverse media.

Through the mentoring of experienced and caring faculty, journalism students gain the understanding that communication is a sacred trust, privilege, and obligation. Students develop the capacity to make sound and discerning judgments about communication content, technique, and effectiveness. In the end, students gain not only professional competence but also personal integrity and maturity, qualities that are strongly valued and... [Read More]

Journalism (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ohlone College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Fremont, Newark, United States
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This curriculum is designed to offer students an opportunity for learning writing techniques that can be applied to commercial publications, photojournalism, public relations, advertising, etc. Journalism students become involved in production of the student newspaper, The Monitor. This award-winning publication presents the opportunity to write, edit, design, and finally prepare a publication for distribution throughout the college community.

Student Learning Outcomes
1. Write a news or feature story or photograph for publication.
2. Arrange and conduct interviews with sources.
3. Understand the role of journalism in our form of democracy.
4. Understand and apply ethical journalism.
5. Analyze Internet journalism sites and evaluate them for content.
6. Identify sources for feature and news stories.

Visual Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: California College of the Arts
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Oakland, San Francisco, United States
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Visual Journalism was inspired by an innovative Master Degree course by that name originated by Robert Weaver, an influential illustrator renowned for reportage assignments. Field trips to locations, drawings made on the spot and an emphasis on insightful observation are combined with techniques that enhance the work created on the scene, providing an alternate approach to photography based illustration. Getting the story by directly witnessing events that are of public interest is a valuable and demanding skill - a fresh and stimulating addition to the repertoire and portfolio of the dedicated illustrator. Open to all majors.

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Huston-Tillotson University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Austin, United States
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The goal of the program in communication is to provide students with educational preparation to exceed communication industry qualifications and produce graduates who are highly skilled and competitive for entry into the job market. The program also encourages students to seek advanced degrees beyond the baccalaureate in a number of fields such as public policy, integrated marketing communication, health communication, law, business, education and other fields. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is offered.

Journalism Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Coppin State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Baltimore, United States
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The minor in Journalism provides students with a knowledge of the history of journalism, an awareness of the role of media in society and of journalistic ethics, and the practical skills necessary in any journalistic process, including techniques of gathering &, reporting news, news writing &, editing skills, and publication lay-out and design. In addition, students may elect a course in such areas as photography or web journalism, which can enhance journalistic training. An important component of the Journalism minor is the opportunity to practice skills learned in the classroom through journalism workshops and internships with the Student Publications Office or local newspapers, magazines, and radio and television stations. The minor encourages a hand-on approach with students actively engaged in the production of Move, the independent student newspaper, and the annual literary journal Raise Up.

Game Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Baltimore
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Baltimore, United States
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Focuses on building the reporting and writing skills needed to write game reviews and other video game-related news articles. Students regularly practice writing game-related pieces and develop their critical analysis skills through peer review, they are expected to learn through practice, peer review and review of existing published works. Topics covered include: What is journalism and how does game journalism differ? How do the elements of video games translate to written works, and how does one translate game concepts to a general reading audience?

Journalism (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of the Fraser Valley
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Canada
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UFV now offers a certificate in journalism. Journalism is an exciting field and a specialization of communications.

The certificate covers the key basic elements of journalism, researching, investigating, interpreting and communicating news and public affairs. These basic journalism skills will help you in careers that require writing and reporting, and the courses will expose you to writing news for print, radio, TV, and online media.

You may choose to use these skills to freelance, to write news items for your work industries or personal associations, or to simply develop confidence when posting news items online.

Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Okanagan College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Kelowna, Oliver, Penticton, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, Summerland, Vernon, Canada
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This two-year diploma introduces students to journalism and media criticism and to the contemporary social and cultural context within which journalists work. The program combines writing intensive courses in Communications and English with courses in Philosophy, Political Science, Economics, and Canadian History.

While students may proceed directly to potential entry-level careers in journalism, especially in small markets and independent digital environments, completion of this program is intended primarily to provide students with the liberal arts education necessary to further study in journalism.

Introduction to Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Northwest Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Hazelton, Kitimat, Masset, Smithers, Skidegate, Prince Rupert, Terrace, Canada

This course will present an overview of the history, ethics and practice of journalism by covering the interview, writing techniques and story structure, general assignments, business, sports, entertainment, crime and politics , and freelance writing and the nature of ethical reporting.

Multimedia Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Morgan State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Baltimore, United States
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The Bachelor of Science degree in Multimedia Journalism is designed to ensure that students receive the education, skills and experiences needed to become successful journalists in the 21st Century. This program requires that students learn to report, write, record and edit for traditional print and broadcast, as well as for digital, online operations, with a focus on the use of social media and other technologies. They will be able to produce across all the media platforms that professional journalists use on the job.

As important as classroom instruction is, students need practical, hands-on experiences in a real world setting. They will get that experience through an on-campus, faculty-supervised news bureau. Students will develop or be assigned news stories, investigate those stories, write the stories and prepare multimedia packages.

Because the world is interconnected in ways never dreamed possible in earlier decades, the major in Multimedia Journalism also has an important global focus. Students will learn how to report about what is happening in different parts of the world in ways that recognize international diversity. They also wi... [Read More]

Online Magazine Production Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Vancouver Island University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Nanaimo, Canada
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In this workshop, students will create an online publication comprised of feature articles and creative non-fiction projects written in the prerequisite courses, as well as new content. Students will variously take positions as writers, editors, and content producers, under the editorial supervision of the instructor.

Creative Writing and Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Vancouver Island University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Nanaimo, Canada
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The Creative Writing and Journalism department offers introductory, intermediate and advanced-level courses in book publishing, dramatic writing (including writing for the stage and scriptwriting for radio, television and film), fiction, journalism, and poetry, leading to a B.A. with a Major or Minor in Creative Writing and a B.A. with a Minor in Journalism. Students have the opportunity to combine applied and creative writing skills with a background in all aspects of print and electronic publishing including editing, distribution, promotion, and production of print materials.
Note: some courses may not be offered every year.

Photojournalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Langley, Richmond, Surrey, Canada
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Students will learn still and video photojournalism basics for print and online publication. They will explore the differences between photojournalism and other types of photography. They will gain practical experience while photographing and/or video-recording subjects in a variety of lighting conditions and locations requiring different techniques. Students will learn basic video-editing, principles of photo layout and use of photojournalism software such as Adobe Photoshop and Soundslides.

Broadcast Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Langley, Richmond, Surrey, Canada
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Students will be introduced to radio broadcast journalism which focuses on writing, editing, story production and on-air voice presentation. They will learn to conduct interviews using digital tape recorders, and to select, download and edit clips on Mac computers. They will also learn to identify types of radio stories, beats and programs, and to distinguish between public and private radio formats.

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Langley, Richmond, Surrey, Canada
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The Journalism program prepares graduates for such positions as multi-media reporters, photojournalists, editors, researchers, and freelance writers. It also gives students valuable transferable skills that can be put to use in many fields of endeavour, including working in a deadline-driven environment, learning how to use social media and journalistic research skills in professional settings, and understanding the many facets of the collection and dissemination of information via the media.

The program is based on academic studies and practical training through seminars, labs and off-campus work experiences. The program features industry-standard software to produce journalism that draws on the full range of multimedia storytelling possibilities, including animation, interactivity, audio and video. Communication Studies courses are also an important part of the program, including exploration of such issues as media law and ethics, media and diversity and media and social change.

Faculty members include award-winning journalists with career experience and academic credentials. Many faculty members continue to work as journalists.

Journali... [Read More]

Sports Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Marquette University Graduate School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Milwaukee, United States
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Study and practice in journalism dedicated to sports and general reporting on sporting events, figures and the industry. Survey of sports publications and online news services, news and feature reporting on sports in general publications. Media interactions with sports owners and figures. Reporting strategies for major sports. Special attention to multimedia formats.

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Marquette University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Milwaukee, United States
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Students from Marquette&,#146,s journalism program have gone on to become a New York Times columnist, a senior writer and weekly columnist for Sports Illustrated, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writers for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Seattle Times and The Washington Post.

Be a working journalist.

Through national and local internships, Marquette&,#146,s journalism majors work with Newsday in New York, The Associated Press in Washington, D.C., The Chicago Tribune, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and Milwaukee&,#146,s Catholic Herald. Marquette students also intern in Milwaukee radio and television station newsrooms.

Learn digital storytelling.

Students learn the art of journalism using a range of digital media. Sharpen your skills by choosing to specialize in newspapers, magazine publications or visual communication, including photojournalism and video journalism.

The ethics of news reporting.

Our University Core of Common Studies will help you make sense of a broad range of news stories and prepare you to wrestle with the ethical dimensions of what to report and how to report it.

Photojournalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: St. Lawrence College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Cornwall, Canada
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This course introduces techniques used by photojournalists. Students learn to work with digital cameras and basic Photoshop software procedures while learning the fundamentals of photography for journalism. Students use Photoshop to manipulate and prepare digital and traditional photos for print.

Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: St. Lawrence College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Cornwall, Canada
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In an increasingly connected and complex world, finely-tuned research skills are critical when writing stories and interviewing sources. The theory and practical components of this program give students the tools they need to continually ask questions and seek knowledge when completing background research in order to fully understand a developing story. Program content also nurtures a journalist’s natural curiosity, a trait essential to anyone interested in telling our world’s stories.

The program also develops the hard skills required by today’s journalists: reporting, writing, interviewing, editing, desktop publishing, photography, videography, and audio capture and editing. Final Cut, In Design, Photoshop, Quark Xpress and Pinnacle are a few of the industry standard software programs we use on both the Mac and PC computing platforms.

The hands-on philosophy of the Journalism program provides students with the opportunity to develop a portfolio of published work including audio and video samples and photographs essential for anyone seeking employment in a field where the ability to function on multiple platforms is a requirement.

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