- Lincoln University journalism students begin with the basics of news reporting and writing. They graduate with in-depth and practical experience in print, online, and broadcast journalism. The campus is home to a successful online newspaper, TV station, and KJLU-FM, providing students with a hands-on education that goes far beyond the textbooks.
- Real-world experience comes from plenty of on-the-job training. At LU Journalism, we believe in learning by doing - and having on-campus media in broadcast and online is a great way to fatten a portfolio. Our program requires field reporting, news and feature production, and off-campus internships.
Reporting, photojournalism, radio/TV broadcasting, online news production, video editing, media convergence, website maintenance and management...yes, there's a lot to learn by studying journalism at LU!
- Students learn the importance of ethics, professional standards, media law, First Amendment issues and the rights and responsibilities of journalists. Our instructors come from successful careers across journalism and remain engaged in the craft.