Advanced Diploma in Journalism
Humber College’s Journalism advanced diploma program is designed to produce dynamic storytellers who are immediately ready to work in a variety of media platforms as reporters, broadcasters, editors, producers and digital content managers. Our program is also ideal for those looking to go into communications or public relations.
|Full-time Duration:||3 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 7,496 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
As a journalism student, you’ll be given training in hands-on skills that are at the forefront of what’s happening in the industry today including reporting the news, creating broadcast stories, writing feature articles, capturing high quality images and creating compelling digital presentations. Our tight deadlines match industry standards. You will work individually and in teams in the classroom and in the field. You will learn from industry experts and media personalities. As well, you will get a solid grounding in media law and ethics.
We are constantly updating our curriculum to reflect the new reality of journalism in the digital age.
The Humber College’s Journalism advanced diploma program features:
- courses with a focus on digital media, online publishing and developing web content including social media
- hands-on technical and production training including broadcast equipment, digital prepress, TV production and multimedia management
- entrepreneurial skills advice for today’s highly competitive media communications market
- real-life experience working on our online news site humbernews.ca, Humber Et Cetera campus news online, Radio Humber 96.9 FM, Humber TV and magazine productions
- valuable industry exposure and contacts through work placements which help you build your network and resumé
- experienced faculty working in industry bringing extensive and exclusive media connections
- An Introduction to Arts and Sciences
- Introduction to Media Studies
- Innovative Design
- Web Design
- Communication Skills
- Digital Imaging
- College Reading and Writing Skills
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Everywhere you look, people are tweeting, posting, sharing, writing, shooting video, creating audio projects and more. But how can you tell what’s accurate, what has merit and what is important? The need for news and expertise – the hallmark of journalism at Humber – has never been greater.
While, historically, many graduates have found work as a reporter for a newspaper, a radio or TV station or as a magazine feature writer, today you may be just as likely to see your career develop in digital communications, either working for an enterprise or developing your own independent entrepreneurial brand.
As media organizations change to meet the needs of the public, there are more opportunities for people with modern communication skillsets to begin their careers. These skills are transferable to all industries and sectors – wherever there are organizations looking to communicate their message, build their brand and tell their stories.