The Journalism and Communications program places a premium on clear, concise, accurate writing in a timely fashion. This program prepares students to become expert storytellers for multiple platforms; from written print and digital content to digital photography, videos, and audio storytelling. Courses in reporting fundamentals, advanced storytelling, broadcast, social media, critical thinking, ethics, politics, and law will prepare students for new and exciting jobs as digital journalists, mobile-journalists, communications specialists, content providers, and print journalists.
This program is located in the Charlottetown Centre take a virtual tour.
Two internship placements provide you with the opportunity to enhance the skills you learn in the classroom.
CAREERS AND ADVENTURES!
Read testimonials from some of our graduates. Whether they are working for print, broadcast, or web-based media, are freelancing or in a related field, or have been doing something completely different, such as teaching, their Journalism training has helped them achieve their goals.
If you're an adventurous spirit, you'll appreciate these stories from Journalism graduates Tori Vail and Gwydion Morris, and the interview that Journalism alumna Jillianne Hamilton did with Matthew Lawrence, who biked across North America...twice!
This program has degree pathways, giving you the opportunity to receive credit for your Holland College diploma when you continue your education. For a complete list of agreements, visit the Degree Pathways page.
||Details of Agreement
|University of New Brunswick - Saint John,
||Bachelor of Applied Management
||Graduates with a 70% average receive two years of credit toward a Bachelor of Applied Management degree.
|University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, P.E.I.
||Bachelor of Applied Arts in Journalism
||Graduates receive up to 60 credit hours toward Bachelor of Applied Arts in Journalism degree.
|Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, N.S.
||Bachelor of Public Relations
||Graduates receive 60 credits toward a Bachelor of Public Relations degree.
|Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C.
||Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication
||Graduates receive two years of credit toward the Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication.