Students in the undergraduate program in the School of Journalism have the opportunity to advance the industry with courses aimed at critical thinking, explorative application and fundamental journalistic skills.
The digital-based journalism curriculum, ensures that every student will be able to think, report, and write like a journalist, and effectively utilize modern technology to tell stories across different news platforms.
Current UT students interested in transferring to the Moody College of Communication can learn more about application deadlines, requirements, and information sessions on the internal transfer website.
There are no required tracks or specializations in the School of Journalism. Students may fulfill their degree requirements by choosing courses from a variety of areas including, but not limited to, broadcast, photo, sports, and multimedia.
Journalism students are naturally curious, tenacious, creative, objective, outgoing, and resourceful. They are strong writers, good with technology, and critical thinkers. They love paying attention to details, but are also flexible and spontaneous.