Journalism @ Centennial
Centennial College offers four journalism programs. One of them is perfect for you!
In Centennial College’s three-year journalism program, students gain the skills they need to navigate and succeed in a changing industry.
Contemporary Journalism is a three-semester, post-graduate program that explores new tools, trends and directions in journalism while maintaining an emphasis on sourced, credible and verifiable storytelling.
UTSC/Centennial College Journalism Joint Program
In the Joint Journalism program students combine studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC) with applied, hands-on learning at Centennial College.
The Sports Journalism program is a unique post-graduate offering that will prepare students for a career in the ever-changing world of sports media.
Arts and Entertainment Journalism
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.
The Toronto Observer is an award-winning multiplatform news organization staffed by students enrolled in the journalism programs at Centennial College in Toronto, Canada.
In September, 2016, 15 sports journalism students from Centennial College in Toronto travelled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to cover the Paralympic Games.
Centennial College's School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design in Toronto offers four exciting journalism programs:
By going from the classroom to the newsroom, students in this post-secondary program will come to understand the multifaceted and fast-paced journalism industry, which focuses on interesting people, places and things.
Students in this post-graduate program enter directly into the third semester of the six-semester journalism program and begin learning first-hand how to research, report and examine issues of our times using a wide range of contemporary media.
During their time in this Toronto Sports Journalism program, students will learn the best practices for the field in a diverse and gender-inclusive environment with peers just as dedicated to and as passionate about sports.
UTSC/Centennial Journalism Joint Program
Students in this joint program with the University of Toronto Scarborough earn a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree and an Advanced College Diploma in Journalism while learning to write and report in an energetic, dynamic and hands-on environment.
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