If you have a curious spirit and interest in sharing stories on media and social channels, MSUM’s Multimedia Journalism major is for you. You’ll develop a foundation of journalistic principles and ethics; skills in writing, reporting, editing and publishing visual and written content; and learn to collaborate with teams to publish award-winning newspapers, blogs and online magazines.
You’ll get much more from professors than red marks on a page. They will sit down with you to give your writing the individualized attention it deserves. This leads to elevated professional writing skills on a dramatic scale.
The Marcil Center for Innovative Journalism, housed in the School of Communication and Journalism, gives students the opportunity for scholarships, apprenticeships and enrichment programs, including conferences and professional collaboration.
The Multimedia Journalism faculty have worked in the media profession before becoming professors, and they’re eager to share their firsthand experience with you.
The interdisciplinary nature of this degree gives you a look into the many facets of mass communication, including videography, photography, writing, editing, production, design, social media and more.
Collaborating with peers and professors in and outside of the classroom leads to award-winning publications like Doing It Downtown, The Advocate and Campus News.
You’ll get to know your professors on a first-name basis and interact with them as professionals. Because of these working relationships, your professors are great resources for references and letters of recommendation during your job search.
Journalism Student Success Stories
Sports guru embraces passion, enlightens his listeners across the airwaves
James McCarty ‘20, is using his broadcast journalism degree to talk everything sports on Flag Family Media/ WDAY Radio.
Jeff Baenen: A Storied Career
During his 42-year career with The Associated Press, Jeff Baenen covered everything from famous musicians to scandals and politics. He credits much of his success to the education he received at Minnesota State University Moorhead, and is now helping the next generation of journalists by starting a scholarship of his own.
Toy photography is creative outlet for English & Mass Communications major
English and Mass Communications student Jonathan Ness's toy photography hobby provides a creative outlet and captures the attention of local news, professors and fellow students alike.
Further your education outside the classroom with a unique selection of hands-on learning opportunities to complement your degree perfectly.
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