Aa in journalism in Georgia state university
Studying journalism allows students to become leaders in the new age of instant communication and connectivity. They can examine and analyze forms of mass media, while opening doors to a spectrum of careers from advertising and broadcasting to public relations and publishing.
Transcripts from the previously attended schools, High school transcripts, Submission of SAT and ACT test scores, English language profeciency (minimum score of 69 for TOEFL and 6.0 for IELTS)
Freelance writer, Radio/television producer or announcer, Magazine editor, Media relations specialist