College of Communication > Academics > Journalism > Graduate Program > Journalism (MA) > Multimedia Journalism Concentration
Multimedia Journalism is a concentration that focuses on the multimedia storytelling and narrative strategies used to engage a wide readership. Coursework shows students how to combine text, photographs, video clips, audio, and graphics that encourage interactivity. Students will learn the strategies for multimedia storyboarding, planning, and delivery systems that successfully integrate mobile, tablet and desktop platforms. The concentration guides students into a better understanding of the evolving media landscape and its digital communities in helping students produce professional-grade multimedia stories. Students must take two core courses (8 credits) and two elective courses (8 credits).
Students will take the following courses as part of their major program requirements:
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