The Journalism Department offers a professional program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism with emphases in broadcasting, multimedia, news-editorial, and public relations. In addition to Journalism courses, units of general education and electives offer insight into government, natural and social sciences, economics, history, philosophy, the arts and other fields, helping to prepare graduates to meet assignments in the world community. Cal Poly Journalism graduates have reached positions of responsibility and authority nationally in corporations and media outlets, including major publications, networks, and affiliates. Founded in the 1920s, the department has thousands of alumni, with many holding high positions in print, broadcast, and public relations journalism for state and national organizations.
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Senior Projects from 2018
Evaluating the Potential for Social Change Through Fashion Blogging, Nina Anastasia Doering
25 Under 25 Film Fest, Michael Frank
Senior Projects from 2017
The Failure of News Media Agenda-Setting on Cannabis, Amanda Cranston
Promoting Beneficial Social Media Use in Lonely College Students with Film, Francesca P. Ricapito