Print Journalism

Major

Overview

Online Option Available

Students studying print journalism at Utah State University learn to write with clarity and precision to build stories that help people understand their communities and the world around them. They learn to enlighten and entertain, dig for details and hunt for humanity, and make every word count.

There are abundant on-campus opportunities for students to study journalism, but they can also choose to earn their degree completely online. This pathway offers flexible opportunities for students who are raising children, maintaining full-time jobs, providing care for family members — or traveling the world.
 
In Utah State's online journalism program, you’ll learn by doing — studying issues, reporting stories, and producing content that helps people make sense of their world. This program will prepare you to think critically and act professionally. You’ll strengthen your writing, reporting, and multimedia production skills while learning to ethically and effectively tell stories that have the potential to change people’s lives. 
 
The "learning by doing" education you'll receive will ensure you are a competitive candidate for a career in journalism or other professional communication field. Indeed, many of our students are working professionally before they even graduate. 

Career Application

There are Aggies are working for some of the top media organizations in the nation. With its incorporated professional experience opportunities, graduates of this program will leave well prepared to begin careers at newspapers and magazines across the country.

Program Highlights

The Eagle (USU Eastern)

The Eagle, an award-winning publication, is the college voice on USU's Price campus. Students can gain experience in developing and producing news reports, podcasts and more.

The Utah Statesman

Join the award-winning publication dedicated to covering the interests of USU students, the campus community and overall news of Cache Valley.

Alumni Advice

Alek Nelson

Alek Nelson is the Director of Marketing and Media at the Cache Valley Center for the Arts, the non-profit that oversees the Ellen Eccles Theatre, the Bullen Center, and Thatcher-Young Mansion in downtown Logan.

Brad Plothow

Brad Plothow gives advice and information about career options post-graduation at our Alumni Lunch Series.

The Value of an Inclusive Education

Listen in as several alumni of color reflect on their time at USU and discuss its impact on their careers. Learn from their professional experiences to consider how multicultural education affects students at USU.

Program Advisor

Stacey Kelly

Stacey Kelly

Academic Advisor

435.797.3883
Old Main 106
stacey.kelly@usu.edu

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

  • Utah State University offers many options for financial aid, including university level scholarships and aid available to specific colleges and majors.