Journalism

This program prepares candidates to teach journalism and mass communications at the secondary level. Candidates will also be qualified to supervise and advise high school student media publications including yearbook, newspaper, magazine, broadcast, television, and online. In this program, candidates will have the opportunity to work with several secondary school journalism programs in order to gain the experience and knowledge they need to be successful as future teachers. Journalism Education is a major within the Department of Journalism and requires a minimum of 120 credit hours to graduate. For more information, contact Brian Hayes, AJ 304, 765-285-8900, or go to the Department of Journalism Web site.