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Prepare for the future of news. You’ll become a first-rate journalist, and a future decision-maker, capable of thinking critically and leading journalism in new directions. In our program, you can learn a range of current production skills, cover the same events as working journalists, do internships that give you valuable newsroom experience, and graduate functionally bilingual.

Your professional training balances practical skills with theory and analysis. Our production workshops apply newsroom standards to every assignment, and our seminars focus on the social, economic, political and ideological contexts in which journalism is practised. You’ll benefit from small class sizes and state-of-the-art facilities that replicate modern newsrooms. We equip you with the storytelling tools you need to work in journalism and to adapt to this ever-changing profession. You’ll graduate a skilled journalist, able to think critically about your profession and our society. A Bachelor of Arts degree takes a minimum of three to four years (90 – 120 credits) of full-time study, depending on your academic background.

Concentrations:

To graduate with a Major in Journalism, you must demonstrate a working knowledge of French. This can be demonstrated in two ways:

  1. A test of oral proficiency (interview) in French to be taken during your first year of study
    OR
  2. Pass course FRAN 305 (note that you may be required to take prerequisite courses prior to FRAN 305)

You are not required to demonstrate working knowledge of French if:

  • You attended a French-language high school (you must provide a copy of your transcript from the school and not the government)
    OR
  • You attended a French CEGEP
    OR
  • You are an international student paying international student fees up to your time of graduation.

The 45-credit BA Major for students who want to major in journalism and pursue a second major in another discipline (such as history or political science); or for those who major in journalism and declare a minor in another discipline.

Sample classes

  • Digital Tools for Journalists
  • Research Methods for Journalism
  • Photojournalism
  • Law and Ethics in Journalism
  • Video Journalism
  • Radio Newsroom

Co-op program

The Co-op program gives Journalism students the opportunity to alternate periods of full-time academic study with periods of paid, full-time work terms at participating news organizations in Montreal and other parts of Canada.

Co-op students graduate with job-search skills, enhanced personal and professional skills as well as a year’s worth of work experience in journalism. While the Co-op program is optional, it is competitive, and admission is based upon the student's incoming academic record as well as an interview.

Facilities

You’ll use our current facilities for your research, fieldwork and course work, which include state-of-the-art:

  • Video Editing Lab
  • Multi Media Labs
  • Television Studio
  • Radio Newsroom
  • Sound Editing Suites
  • Equipment Depot (shared with Communication Studies)
  • Learning Center (shared with Communication Studies)

After your degree

But you are not bound to the field of journalism. Your journalistic skills might take you down many possible career paths, including:

  • Print, broadcast or web-based media
  • Law
  • Diplomacy
  • Public relations and corporate communications
  • Advertising

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Faculty of Arts and Science

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เต็มเวลา (Minimum of three or four years)

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Tuition Fee: CAN $13,140 for 18 credits; Registration fee: CAN $26.52; Compulsory fees (total): CAN $794.94
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ประมาณ มกราคม, กันยายน 2022

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Faculty of Arts and Science

Loyola Campus,

7141 Sherbrooke St. W.,

MONTREAL,

Quebec (QC),

H4B 1R6, Canada

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Other English language requirements: TOEFL (paper-based) score 577 or higher; MELAB min. score: 85, 3 on speaking test; CAEL min. score: 70; CAE min. score: A; CPE (advanced qualification for proficient users only) min. score: C.

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Applicants from countries and education systems not specified above are generally admissible if they meet the academic and English-language proficiency requirements for admission to Concordia University, provided they achieve above-average grades overall and in pre-university mathematics courses in their home country. This would translate roughly to a 3.00 CGPA (on a 4.30 scale) or the equivalent of a "B" grade at Concordia University.

In most cases, final grade 11 and mid-term grade 12 results are used to calculate admissions averages. A test of English proficiency may also be required.

English Language Requirements

TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language: TOEFL iBT or TOEFL iBT Special home edition: Score between 63 and 74, with no more than two parts under 15.

IELTS – International English Language Testing System: IELTS score of 5.5 or 5 and in both cases, only two bands as low as 4.5.

DET – Duolingo English Test: DET score between 90 and 104.

CAEL – Canadian Academic English Language Assessment: CAEL minimum overall score of 40 with no part under 30

PTE Academic – Pearson English Language Test: Overall score of 45 to 49 with only two parts as low as 43.

Fall term deadline: February 1.

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