Journalism (Joint Centennial)

Journalism

Program Summary

Students in Journalism will get multidisciplinary training that is unique to this Joint program with Centennial College. They will learn both the academic and the practical sides of Journalism while learning from leading academics and professionals. The program focuses on critical thinking, research, writing and communications skills needed to examine issues concerning news, media, journalism and society. Students learn to tell the story from every angle in every media form relevant to today’s audiences. Graduates take with them a portfolio demonstrating experience gained from producing a real community newspaper, online publications and internet radio, and are ready for professional careers in the media or public and private sector communications.

Upon completion of this program, students will earn an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree as well as an Ontario College Advanced Diploma. Get a head start on your career by combining the best in university and college education. The University of Toronto Scarborough and Centennial College joint programs offer exceptional faculty at the forefront of their fields and real experience in cutting-edge environments. 

Program Details

Degree Offered: Honours Bachelor of Arts
Offered as Co-op: No
Program Options: Specialist

Program Admissions

Admissions Category: Journalism
Supplementary Application Form Required: No
Admission Prerequisites: English
Approximate Grade Requirements: Mid 70s (Non Co-op)
OUAC Application Code: TSJ (Non Co-op)

Student Experience

Career Options: Program Tipsheet
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