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About Journalism

At Ramapo College, the Journalism concentration focuses on developing skills of a digital journalist with a grounding in basic reporting and writing. Students learn how to develop and pitch story ideas, find and interview diverse sources, mine documents and social media to gather news and information. Students report, write and produce multimedia stories across platforms, and learn how to tell immersive stories on mobile and emerging technology.

Classes you can take:

News Writing, Reporting and Producing Online News, Producing Radio Documentaries and Podcasts,
Community Journalism, Producing the Newspaper, Video Journalism, Media Issues and Ethics, Mobile Journalism, Writing for Social Networking, Copy Editing and Photojournalism

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Career Opportunities

The Journalism concentration seeks to prepare you in the basics of multimedia news reporting, information gathering, writing, editing and producing digital content. Your degree will educate you on the importance of inclusive community coverage.

Sample Job Titles

Job Title
Broadcast Announcers and Radio Disc Jockeys
Writers and Authors
Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film
Film and Video Editors

* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2020). For more information about careers and assistance in making your career plans, please contact Career Services ( or visit

Hands-On Learning

As a Ramapo student studying Journalism, you’ll have plenty of options for internships and co-ops in the area. Ramapo students have gained experience interning at CBS News, NBC, The New York Post, Newsmax Media, Inc. Next Play Sports, WABC-TV, Telemundo, Seventeen Magazine and The Record. You can also hone your reporting, writing and online production skills by joining our campus newspaper, The Ramapo News and radio station, WRPR.