Multimedia Journalism Degree

Shape tomorrow’s media landscape with cross-platform training in contemporary journalism.

Our Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Multimedia Journalism Concentration, degree program integrates writing, reporting, editing, digital media production and public relations skills. We emphasize ethics as well as cross-platform flexibility for a degree that is as versatile as it is relevant in our dynamic world.

Locations & Learning Options

  • Parkville

Dr. Tim Westcott

Dr. Timothy Charles Westcott

Chair, Department of Culture & Society
Professor of History

Dr Abhijit Mazumdar

Dr. Abhijit Mazumdar

Program Coordinator, Communication, Journalism, & Public Relations
Assistant Professor of Journalism

Dr. Mark Noe

Professor of Communication

Lora Cohn

Dr. Lora Cohn

Associate Professor of Communication

Steven Youngblood

Associate Professor of Communication

Good journalism is more important than ever. Our program blends shoe-leather reporting with digital media savvy, giving you the tools you need to work in this ever-changing, competitive field.


  • Newspaper or Magazine Reporter
  • Broadcast Journalist
  • Foreign Correspondent
  • Photojournalist
  • Social Media Specialist
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Program Highlights

Practical, professional experience

As a Communication major with a concentration in Multimedia Journalism, you’ll undertake traditional course work while getting practical experience in the field through internships and/or other work experience.

You can also take advantage of multiple journalistic opportunities on campus, including:

  • Working for academic credit on school publications such as The Stylus, the century-old Park University newspaper
  • Broadcasting from our college radio station KGSP-FM
  • Writing for the Northland News, a weekly TV show produced for and by students

Related programs

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.