Journalism Minor

The Journalism minor is an interdisciplinary five course or 15-credit program that enables students to acquire a deeper understanding of the practice of journalism and its role in today’s democratic society. The minor complements the degree programs in Business and Technology, Liberal Arts, and Art and Design, and provides graduates of programs with a competitive edge in the job market in a variety of communications-related fields.

The following requirements below are intended for students beginning fall 2024.

To declare your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.

Minor Coordinator:
Allison Leopold

Required Course
AC 141Introduction to Journalism3
Choose four (4) additional courses from the list below:
Advertising and Marketing Communications
AC 242Fashion Journalism Workshop3
AC 341Magazine Journalism3
AC 400Feature Journalism: Writing Lifestyle and Arts Articles3
English and Communication Studies
EN 200 Digital Writing3
EN 202Women Write New York City3
EN 324Writing on The Arts3
EN 362Creative Nonfiction3
Film, Media, and Performing Arts
FX 226Documentary Production: Streets of NYC3
FI 231History of Documentary Film3
FI 256/EN 266Screenwriting I3
FI 356/EN 366Screenwriting II3

Prerequisites: EN 121 or equivalent