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Reinhardt Career and Professional Development Services

Are You Ready To...

•Complete an internship
•Work at the campus radio or TV station
•Record and edit sound
•Write radio and TV scripts
•Learn how to find and interview sources

 It Helps To Be...

Quick of mind and sharp of tongue: as a student in broadcast journalism, you’ll often be asked to produce under deadline, just like in the real world.


What Can I Do with A Degree in Journalism?

With a degree in  journalism, you’ll be ready to bring all kinds of news to the public. You could find yourself on the local news pressing mayoral candidates to find out what they really think or chatting up celebrities on a music-video channel. You might become a sports announcer on a local radio station or deliver the news as a talking head on TV.

But this major is also for people who’d rather be behind the camera. You’ll learn how to operate microphones, recording equipment, and other devices, and could go on to edit, produce, or direct the news.

Related Careers



Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians

Camera Operators and Film and Video Editors

News Analysts, Reporters, and Correspondents

Program Directors





Campus Contacts

Dr. Brian O'Loughlin
Communication Program Coordinator
770-720-5563 - fax 770-720-9164