Bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication in Iowa state university
Iowa s School of Journalism and Mass Communication is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. In addition to teaching about journalism, the school requires its students to complete a substantial emphasis in another discipline, which will add depth to your professional skills and broaden your options for employment.While you re a student, you ll be able to gain professional experience working at the Daily Iowan, recognized as one of the top five college newspapers in the country, or on Daily Iowan TV (DITV), a television news show that airs six days a week.
Typical SAT scores: Math (500-640), Critical reading (460-620), ACT Composite (22-28), TOEFL: IBT-71, PBT-530), IELTS-6.0, PTE-48
Media planner, Multimedia Specialist, Programme Researcher, Broadcasting/Film/Video, Public Relations Officer, Runner, Broadcasting/Film/Video, Social Media Manager, Television/Film/Video Producer, Advertising Account Executive Broadcast Journalist, Editorial Assistant, Event Organiser, Information Officer, Magazine Journalist, Market Researcher, UX Designer, Writer