Starts in January, September
Seneca is delivering this program online with some on-campus learning activities in January 2021. Students with on-campus activities will receive information about course scheduling and preparing to come to campus. Learn more about technical requirements for online learning.
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Seneca’s two-year diploma Journalism program will provide you with hands-on training for multiple platforms — broadcast, video, audio, multimedia, online and social media. You will work in integrated newsrooms across all platforms.
Starting on your first day, you will be in the field reporting and giving a voice to issues that matter. As the program develops you can specialize in sports, entertainment, aboriginal/environmental issues, investigative journalism, hosting/anchoring or documentary/multimedia presentations.
You can also pursue the concurrent credential Journalism program offered by Seneca and York University where you can earn a Seneca diploma and a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:
You will experience journalism in a professional multiplatform setting through six weeks of mandatory field placement.
When you graduate from this program, these are the types of career options that you can explore:
Seneca is one of the few Avid-certified colleges in Ontario.
A Former elementary school teacher, Melissa has become one of Seneca’s most recognizable graduates. She credits her training from the journalism program for leading her where she is today as co-host and moderator of the popular Canadian daytime talk show The Social.