Journalism is about documenting stories of our time. It is the activity of collecting, critically assessing and presenting news, in written or broadcast form. Journalism students learn about the ethical and legal issues surrounding daily news, while developing their critical thinking and investigative reporting skills.
The University of Lethbridge offers a pre-professional transfer program in journalism. The program helps to prepare students to apply for admission to a number of professional programs offered at other institutions and journalism at the University of Regina is one of these programs. Students can gain the courses and experience to apply to journalism by pursing a Bachelor of Arts at uLethbridge with a major of the student's choice. The following majors may be of particular interest:
- political science
Admission to the U of R journalism program is by quota and is competitive. Students may apply to journalism after completing 20 courses, however students may have to complete 30 courses or their degree to be competitive. It is strongly recommended that applicants be able to type a minimum of 30 words per minute.