Journalism is an ideal career for those interested in gathering,
reporting and analyzing information — and putting that information
into an entertaining, easily understood format. It is a
competitive field that has changed dramatically over the last few
years and is expected to continue changing as new technology is
Journalists play a vital role in how the public perceives local,
national and international events. Careers in journalism require
people who are independent, flexible, creative and highly
innovative. Successful journalists are exceptional writers who are
highly motivated and detail oriented.
You can prepare for these exciting opportunities by earning your
Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from St. John’s
University. Offered by the College of Professional
Studies, the program prepares students for careers in all
facets of Journalism, including print, broadcast and the
Competition for jobs is fierce in large metropolitan and
national newspapers, broadcast stations and networks and magazines.
Talented writers who can handle highly specialized scientific or
technical subjects will have an advantage and St. John’s can
provide you with that advantage.
We invite you to learn more about the Bachelor of Science degree
program at St. John’s by exploring our program requirements, objectives, academic resources and faculty.
Prof. Mark Prendergast