The Arts and Entertainment Journalism program is a cross-disciplinary offering that gives you a solid grounding in this exciting field, including a strong focus on reporting, criticism, social media, imaging and multi-platform design.
This two-semester Journalism program is perfect for those with a passion for music, theatre, film, television, dance or culture. In your courses, you learn to write snappy, relevant and market-driven stories for multiple platforms. You´ll also learn the social science aspect of pop culture in a Canadian and global context, and develop the critical voice and critical thinking that are essential to working in the industry.
To round out training, you gain an understanding of arts promotion and publicity, and complete a six-week industry field placement. Upon completion of the program, you will have a portfolio of writing samples produced in a variety of media including album, concert and theatre reviews, columns and profiles.
College diploma or university degree in any discipline
We will consider applicants who have successfully completed partial post-secondary education (minimum two years) and have relevant work experience
Attend a mandatory program admission session where applicants will:
Complete an editing exercise
Submit a portfolio of writing samples and a resumé
Start Date:Fall, Winter
Imaging for Arts and Entertainment
Developing a Critical Voice
Law and Ethics
Entertainment Multiplatform Reporting 1
Craft of Writing
Personal Marketing and Branding
Arts and Entertainment Online
Entertainment Multiplatform Reporting 2
Arts and Entertainment reporter
Online marketing professional
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