Don’t just skim the surface, dive deep into the world of data-driven storytelling with this bachelor’s degree in Journalism.
Discover the power of information and master the art of analyzation and interpretation, ultimately turning that information into stories that resonate.
- Program type:
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a Journalism degree online or on-campus?
Journalism Degree Online or On-Campus
Gain on-the-job experience through internship opportunities that extend beyond the classroom with journalism industry partners locally such as UND Marketing & Communications, the Grand Forks Herald, UND Athletics, Esports as well as across the state and beyond.
Strengthen your connections by joining the Communication Club – a student organization led by Communications majors and minors.
Easily double major in Communication, both degrees are housed in the Department of Communication.
Benefit from our Alumni Mentorship Program by connecting with experienced professionals, those who continue to work in the community, to help guide your journey.
Step into the newsroom without leaving the classroom – most, if not all, courses mimic actual newsroom settings.
All major required and elective courses will be regularly offered in person and asynchronous online.
What can you do with a Journalism degree?
Journalism Degree Courses
Online Journalism Degree
Leaders that Do
Students at UND take chances, seek challenges and become leaders in the community.