Curriculum

JOURNALISM MAJOR CONCENTRATION TOWARD A B.A. IN COMMUNICATIONS

Starting this spring 2024, you can register for the new journalism major concentration for the B.A. in Communications.

You can still continue to minor in journalism. We encourage students from every division and discipline to bring their knowledge to the profession. Our award-winning professors are working journalists who share their real world experience in the classroom.

 

 


 

You have a wide range of electives to choose from that fall outside of the Media & Communications Department. Journalists need to know about history, economics, the world and how societies come together or don't. These courses will help you broaden your perspective. 

Journalism Curriculum Fall 2024 2

We offer fellowships and special programs and encourage all of our journalism students to apply. Fellowships have included the NBCU Fellows Academy and the Inner Circle Fellowship. 

Fellows receive stipends each semester and attend workshops and networking sessions that help them learn new skills and build important relationships. 

If you want to declare a minor in journalism go to i-Declare.

How to Use i-Declare

  1. Go to City Central at: https://central.ccny.cuny.edu/index.php.
  2. Log in using your CCNY username and password. ...
  3. Click on "My CCNY" and pick "i-Declare".
  4. Click "No" to Are you a Macauley student"
  5. Click on the box next to Minor
  6. Click on the box next to Add/Change plan
  7. Choose College of Liberal Art (Division of Humanities and the Arts)
  8. Choose Minor Journalism‚Äč

Our journalism students publish their stories on HarlemView. They also write for the student publications The Campus and The Paper.

Last Updated: 04/11/2024 18:31