As a new journalist from the University of Southern Denmark you can work with all types of media - written media, Internet, TV and radio. The competence within several media will become one of the most important characteristics of journalists of the future.
Contents of the programme
The written media course corresponds to a total of one year divided onto the first and fourth semesters.
In the second and third semesters, we will cover electronic media, radio and TV for six months each. Web journalism is included in all four semesters ...
The first four semesters
In the first three semesters you will learn to combine the different media.
When you write newspaper articles, you also learn to write web articles.
On the radio and TV semester you not only produce features, you also update web sites with news, audio files and picture files.
In the fourth semester the different media intertwine, as the whole media spectre is simultaneously applied.
In other words, the journalistic craft and language are combined with academic subjects that are relevant for the future journalist.
Journalism in practice
This is followed by a two semester internship, where you get an opportunity to test your journalism skills.
In the final semester, the BA programme is concluded with a major journalistic project.
Journalism is a 3½ year Bachelor programme. You are able to continue at the two-year Graduate program, which confers the right to use the title cand.public. Read more about cand.public. here.