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Bachelor of Communication Studies - Journalism Major

  • Bachelor

Study journalism and learn the practice of multimedia journalism in AUT's state-of-the-art newsroom and production facilities.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3 years full-time
Study Mode
Online, In person

About this course

Study journalism and learn the practice of multimedia journalism in AUT's state-of-the-art newsroom and production facilities.

Kickstart your journalism career in an exciting and fast-changing media landscape that remains essential to an informed society. Study at a journalism department known nationally and internationally for its research, programmes and the industry experience of its lecturing team.

Technological change has transformed the world of journalism. But behind the digital wizardry of today, the principles at the heart of all good reporting - accuracy, fairness and ethical truth-telling - are as fundamental and important as they ever were. Professional journalism skills, including high-quality writing, the ability to verify information and a talent for interviewing, are needed to cut through the noise. And that's why AUT graduates are in strong demand.

Study locations

City Campus

Online

Career pathways

Majoring in journalism will prepare you for a wide range of roles, including:

  • News reporter for newscourses, magazines, television, radio or online media
  • Freelance journalist/specialist writer
  • Production journalist, web editor or producer
  • Researcher/communication specialist

Find out more about industry trends, job descriptions and what employers may be looking for.

Journalism Careers