Journalism students learn to team with editors, photographs, graphic artists and programmers.
Today's journalism isn't just about newspapers. News is delivered by many technologies.
Luther's journalism program draws from various departments to help students develop a range of skills.
Radio station KWLC gives students real, on-air broadcasting experience.
Luther's radio station offers students the opportunity to develop broadcast skills.
Chips, the campus weekly, provides many opportunities for writers and editors to hone their journalistic skills.
When preparing for a career in journalism, it's important to gain a broad awareness of the modern world. This kind of mature and informed consciousness is the aim of the liberal arts education, no matter what you major in. In fact, graduates of Luther with majors in various subjects have gone into careers in journalism.
A minor in journalism is intended to provide a journalism concentration for students majoring in areas outside those typical when preparing for a journalism career, such as communication studies or English. Coupled with majors in the sciences, environmental studies, art, business, or other fields, the journalism minor enables students to specialize as a reporter in their chosen major.
Training for a career in journalism is gained through the following:
Learn more about the courses for a minor in journalism.