In this two-year Seneca and York University concurrent credential Journalism program, you will gain knowledge, skills and experiences in storytelling and communicating various forms of information to the public through different delivery methods.
You will experience hands-on learning opportunities in television, radio, digital journalism and documentaries as you train to research, analyze media, write and perform on camera.
To be eligible for this program, you must be a York University student who has completed:
- Two years of a BA program or
- Three years of an honours BA program
To confirm eligibility for this concurrent credential program, you will need to contact the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Academic Advising Services at York University.
Throughout this program, you will develop the following skills:
Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:
- Multiplatform reporting
- Content producing
- Multimedia presentation
- Specialized writing
- Audio and visual gathering
- On-air performance
You will experience journalism in a professional multiplatform setting through six weeks of mandatory field placement.
As a graduate of this program, you may pursue future career options, such as:
When you graduate from this program, these are the types of career options that you can explore:
- Multiplatform content producer
- Investigative reporter
- Entertainment host
- Digital journalist
- Documentary maker
- Video and audio recorder
- Editor in various sectors of television, radio, digital journalism and social media.
- Broadcast Educators Association of Canada (BEAC)
- Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
- Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA)
- 105.9 THE REGION
Note : You can also pursue the exclusive two-year Journalism Seneca Diploma program.
- 4 Semesters (2 Years)
- Ontario College Diploma
- School of Media
Journalists research, investigate, interpret and communicate news and public affairs through newspapers, television, radio and other media. Journalists are employed by radio and television networks and stations, newspapers.
New workers start around $31,270. Normal pay is $56,671 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to $83,346.
Job counts include both employed and self-employed persons, and do not distinguish between full- and part-time jobs.