The Information Sciences and Journalism degree program is similar to the Computer Science and Journalism combined degree, providing a greater focus on the Information Science needs of the journalism profession in particular. Both degrees provide a strong foundation in the principles, practices, and responsibilities of the journalism profession and the systems and technologies that support digital media.
The information science and journalism combined major is similar to the computer science and journalism degree, with a greater focus on the journalism profession’s information science needs. Information science combines concepts and skills from computer science, behavioral and social science, and system design into an integrated, people-centered curriculum. Both degrees provide a strong foundation in the principles, practices, and responsibilities of journalism as well as the systems and technologies that support digital media.View University Course Catalog
Information Science and Journalism, BS Requirements
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Resources for Current Students
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