Developing curious, inspired, and passionate reporters.

Why Study Journalism at Luther?

An interdisciplinary program. Coupled with majors in the sciences, art, business, or other fields, the journalism minor enables students to specialize in a chosen field.

Professional experiences.  Journalism students gain field experience through an on-campus internship of their choice at Chips, Visual Media, or KWLC.

Passionate faculty. Our faculty works closely with each student to prepare them for a career in their chosen field.

Why Study Journalism?

Alumnus Michael Grimm '93 calling a Minnesota Gophers basketball game.

Alumni Careers

Journalists need the broad awareness, the mature and informed consciousness that is the aim of a liberal arts education.

Graduates who began their work in journalism at Luther College have gone on to careers in newspaper, television, and radio, winning awards that include a Pulitzer Prize in reporting. Learn more about alumni careers in journalism.

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A Luther student edits a video for a multimedia course.

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