Communicating in the modern day

Journalism

What to be a journalist? You'll major in English at Brevard and study and master successful and effective multimedia communication in the professional world.

You’ll develop high-level skills through a variety of courses designed to help you develop professional writing that is applicable in traditional formats and new media platforms. The Journalism minor is designed to strengthen students’ skills across a wide range of majors.

11:1

Student to Faculty Ratio

  • Business executive
  • Human relations manager
  • Public relations manager
  • Marketing executive
  • Advertising executive
  • Media planner
  • Web content manager
  • Paralegal
  • Advertising copywriter
  • Digital copywriter
  • Market researcher
  • Multimedia specialist
  • Science writer
  • Translator
 
  • Immersive classes that allow you to take charge of your education and learn the way you want to.
  • Join the Brevard College Literary Society, an active student literary group that sponsors trips, such as recent ones to literary conferences to hear authors Robert Morgan and Ron Rash.
  • Opportunities to contribute to, edit, and publish BC’s student newspaper, The Clarion.
  • Study with faculty who are also successful writers themselves and have the opportunity to develop lifelong friendships and mentorships with your professors.
  • Opportunities to serve as editorial assistant for The Pisgah Review, a national literary journal edited and published by Brevard faculty and students.
 
  • Journalism and Professional Communication is one of the concentrations offered in the English Major. Other concentrations include Creative Writing, Literary Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies.
 

Related Programs

  • English

  • Creative Writing

  • Literary Studies

  • Photography