Through journalism, a liberal arts education intersects with the world. Journalists have a need to discover and understand what is happening, whether it be a crime, a financial crisis, a clothing trend, or a rock concert. They deliver this information as an engaging story to an audience for whom it matters.
Journalism is for people who:
Studying journalism at Luther means having a journalism minor enhanced by the liberal arts. You can study English, biology, communication studies, athletic training, and so much more. This establishes a foundation that allows you to pursue a variety of paths in journalism and media.
Supported by our passionate faculty, the journalism minor provides a core of coursework in journalistic practice. Then, you pursue further coursework in the areas that matter most to you. You will also gain professional experience through an on-campus internship, preparing you to leave Luther with the skills necessary to pursue a career in journalism.