Concordia University

Program Description

Our programs prepare skilled journalists to think critically about the profession and society. We offer numerous scholarships, state-of-the-art facilities and provide internships and networking opportunities.

Journalism BA

Become a first-rate journalist and a future decision-maker, capable of leading journalism in new directions. Learn a range of integrated multimedia production skills, cover the same events as working journalists, take on internships that give you valuable newsroom experience, and graduate functionally bilingual. Our production workshops apply newsroom standards to every assignment, and our seminars focus on the social and ideological contexts in which journalism is practiced. We use the diverse and lively city of Montreal – ranked as a best student city in North America – as our lab.

Digital Innovation in Journalism MA

The Digital Innovation in Journalism MA is grounded in the traditional and contemporary frameworks of journalism studies. This one-of-a kind master’s program looks into the future of the profession with a unique focus on innovation and new approaches to journalism. Over a two-year period, you’ll gain practical training and a strong research foundation, culminating in a graduate thesis or final essay.

Journalism Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma in Journalism gives you hands-on experience in print, radio, television and online reporting over an 11-month period. Our program familiarizes you with today’s ever-changing digital media landscape. Our award-winning faculty members will challenge you to become a professional journalist.

Visual Journalism Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma in Visual Journalism gives you the skills required to tell impactful stories through still photography and video over 11 months. Under the guidance of our faculty, many of whom are working photojournalists, you will explore various forms of visual journalism including daily news photography, documentary and studio photography.

Program Contact Information:

For more information,

Contact for Journalism BA program: Kathleen Glustein, undergraduate.journalism@concordia.ca

Contact for Diploma and MA programs: Mircea Mandache, Mircea.mandache@concordia.ca

Department Chair: Dr. David Secko, David.secko@concordia.ca

Learn more about our programs.

See some of our student work in The City.

Program Description

Our programs prepare skilled journalists to think critically about the profession and society. We offer numerous scholarships, state-of-the-art facilities and provide internships and networking opportunities.

Journalism BA

Become a first-rate journalist and a future decision-maker, capable of leading journalism in new directions. Learn a range of integrated multimedia production skills, cover the same events as working journalists, take on internships that give you valuable newsroom experience, and graduate functionally bilingual. Our production workshops apply newsroom standards to every assignment, and our seminars focus on the social and ideological contexts in which journalism is practiced. We use the diverse and lively city of Montreal – ranked as a best student city in North America – as our lab.

Digital Innovation in Journalism MA

The Digital Innovation in Journalism MA is grounded in the traditional and contemporary frameworks of journalism studies. This one-of-a kind master’s program looks into the future of the profession with a unique focus on innovation and new approaches to journalism. Over a two-year period, you’ll gain practical training and a strong research foundation, culminating in a graduate thesis or final essay.

Journalism Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma in Journalism gives you hands-on experience in print, radio, television and online reporting over an 11-month period. Our program familiarizes you with today’s ever-changing digital media landscape. Our award-winning faculty members will challenge you to become a professional journalist.

Visual Journalism Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma in Visual Journalism gives you the skills required to tell impactful stories through still photography and video over 11 months. Under the guidance of our faculty, many of whom are working photojournalists, you will explore various forms of visual journalism including daily news photography, documentary and studio photography.

Program Contact Information:

For more information,

Contact for Journalism BA program: Kathleen Glustein, undergraduate.journalism@concordia.ca

Contact for Diploma and MA programs: Mircea Mandache, Mircea.mandache@concordia.ca

Department Chair: Dr. David Secko, David.secko@concordia.ca

Learn more about our programs.

See some of our student work in The City.