Boston University

Dariya Duffie

Summary

Journalism students learn to report, write and produce news stories for a variety of media, newspapers and magazines, television, radio and the Internet. A student can specialize or work across all media.

Undergraduate

Core requirements-


  1. Fundamentals of Journalism,
  2. Visual Journalism,
  3. Multimedia Journalism,
  4. Beat Reporting,
  5. History and Principles of Journalism,
  6. Media Law and Ethics.

Graduate

  1. Broadcast Journalism
  2. Digital Lab
  3. International
  4. Magazines
  5. Narrative
  6. News
  7. Photo Journalism
  8. Public Policy
  9. Sports

Financial Aid

This may include university grants as well as a combination of funds from federal and states grants, federally subsidized and un-subsidized loans, and on-campus student employment.

Scholarships

There is only one scholarship offered in journalism here and it is the Peter Agris Memorial Scholarship. It is awarded annually to several Greek- Americans pursing studies in the fields of journalism.

Main Office- Boston University College of Communication

Boston University College of Communication
640 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: 617-353-3450
Fax: 617-353-3405

Department of Film & Television

Phone: 617- 353-3483

Fax:617-353-1084

Department of Journalism

Phone: 617-353-3484
Fax: 617-353-1086

Department of Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations

Phone: 617-353-3482
Fax: 617-353-1087

Division of Emerging Media

Phone: 617-353-7733

Graduate Student Affairs

Phone: 617-353-3481
Email: comgrad@bu.edu

Undergraduate Student Services

Phone: 617-353-3471
Email: comugrad@bu.edu

One Class, One Day: TV Journalism