UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2019-2020

Programs

B.A., Journalism

The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed for students who seek careers in a wide variety of contemporary selections—particularly in broadcast, public relations, and participatory and ethnic media. With a focus on digital, community/participatory and global media studies, the program teaches a balance of practical and theoretical elements of journalism and media studies. Students take …

B.A., Journalism

Broadcast

The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed for students who seek careers in a wide variety of contemporary selections—particularly in broadcast, public relations, and participatory and ethnic media. With a focus on digital, community/participatory and global media studies, the program teaches a balance of practical and theoretical elements of journalism and media studies. Students take …

B.A., Journalism

Public Relations

The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed for students who seek careers in a wide variety of contemporary selections—particularly in broadcast, public relations, and participatory and ethnic media. With a focus on digital, community/participatory and global media studies, the program teaches a balance of practical and theoretical elements of journalism and media studies. Students take …

Minor in Journalism

The Journalism minor is designed to enhance career options for students in a wide variety of disciplines, such as political science, sociology, English, languages, ethnic studies, history, anthropology, and gender and women’s studies. Minors complete lower and upper division core requirements as well as upper division electives. They also are allowed to follow an area of …

Minor in Spanish-Language Journalism

The interdisciplinary minor in Spanish-Language Journalism prepares students to report on Spanish-speaking and Latino communities, and to report on those communities for Spanish-language and English-language media. The minor helps students to better understand both Spanish-language and Latino media and Spanish-language and Latino communities. Contact the advisor, José Luis Benavides, at (818) 677-7242.

M.A., Mass Communication

The graduate program in Mass Communication allows for development of individual professional skills to produce digital media content, and it also focuses on evaluation of media performance, using analytic and research techniques that culminate in a Thesis, Graduate Project or Comprehensive Examination. Please see additional information regarding classification standing under Graduate Programs.