University of Regina School of Journalism

Program Description:

BAJ & BJ is extensive hands on and theory based classes that includes print, broadcast, photo and web based journalism. Once accepted into this program, it is two years (60 cr hrs), including three academic semesters and one semester on a paid 13 week internship.

Bridging to MJ is first year journalism, including the internship (3 semesters), to prepare for application to the MJ program.

MJ program is one complete year (3 semesters – 30 cr hrs) of advanced 800 level courses.  It includes extensive hands on and theory based courses that includes print, broadcast, photo and web based journalism.

Admissions Criteria:

BAJ – 60 credit hours of specific undergrad courses; 70 per cent average; must provide writing and/or broadcast samples, resume and cover letter; transcripts

BJ/Bridiging – must possess a degree; must provide writing and/or broadcast samples, resume and cover letter; transcripts

MJ – Online application; Transcripts; References; Resume and Personal Statement; Test scores (if required by the program); Supplementary material (if required by the program)

Program Contact Information:

School of Journalism
306-585-4420
journalism@uregina.ca
twitter: @URJschool
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/urjschool
Instagram: @uofrjournalism

 

School Website

Faculty Listing

INK ONLINE, The Crow Magazine and Broadcast

 

 

* Image: Madeline Kotzer, centre, reporting for CBC Saskatchewan while on internship. Kotzer now serves as social media news editor for CBC Saskatchewan in Regina.

Program Description:

BAJ & BJ is extensive hands on and theory based classes that includes print, broadcast, photo and web based journalism. Once accepted into this program, it is two years (60 cr hrs), including three academic semesters and one semester on a paid 13 week internship.

Bridging to MJ is first year journalism, including the internship (3 semesters), to prepare for application to the MJ program.

MJ program is one complete year (3 semesters – 30 cr hrs) of advanced 800 level courses.  It includes extensive hands on and theory based courses that includes print, broadcast, photo and web based journalism.

Admissions Criteria:

BAJ – 60 credit hours of specific undergrad courses; 70 per cent average; must provide writing and/or broadcast samples, resume and cover letter; transcripts

BJ/Bridiging – must possess a degree; must provide writing and/or broadcast samples, resume and cover letter; transcripts

MJ – Online application; Transcripts; References; Resume and Personal Statement; Test scores (if required by the program); Supplementary material (if required by the program)

Program Contact Information:

School of Journalism
306-585-4420
journalism@uregina.ca
twitter: @URJschool
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/urjschool
Instagram: @uofrjournalism

 

School Website

Faculty Listing

INK ONLINE, The Crow Magazine and Broadcast

 

 

* Image: Madeline Kotzer, centre, reporting for CBC Saskatchewan while on internship. Kotzer now serves as social media news editor for CBC Saskatchewan in Regina.