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Students participating in social media exercise. Photo taken pre-COVID.

Multimedia Journalism, B.A., B.S.

The multimedia journalism program is grounded in the liberal arts, offering students a balance of courses that integrate theory and practice, preparing them to succeed in a rapidly changing and expanding multimedia landscape.


Apply Up To 15 Credits of Internship Toward Your Degree

Students may apply up to 15 credits of internship toward the 120 credits required to graduate.

Opportunities for Hands-On Learning

Grand Rapids is a media-rich area, offering many opportunities for experiential learning in TV, radio, and print.

Student Media Outlets are Available

Student-led media outlets in TV, radio, and print provide opportunities for students to practice their craft.


Program Overview

The curriculum is flexible and includes both a strong core of course requirements and multiple elective offerings to allow students to pursue their particular media interests. It prepares students to enter the job market as journalists or other related media careers, developing gateway skills of reporting, writing and production in print, television, radio and online-based media.

Why Study Multimedia Journalism at Grand Valley?


Program Details