If you are a prospective student or a first-year student, you may have some questions about the program. Please consult our FAQ sheet and our sample schedule.
If you are a current student, you may wish to explore various professional associations. Additionally, you should familiarize yourself with Laurier Brantford's Ethical Reporting Guidelines.
Third-year students in the former Journalism program will specialize in either print journalism at Laurier Brantford, or in one of Conestoga College's graduate certificates. Explore your options: videography and integrated marketing communications.
For students registered in technical skills courses, please refer to the document pertaining to equipment, for information about signing-out cameras.
For senior-level students interested in Special Topics courses, the Digital Media and Journalism program offers a fourth year Special Topics course, JN407: Literary Journalism Studies. This course explores the genre of literary journalism in a historical and contemporary context, while addressing the opportunities and challenges is presents. Interested students are encouraged to register in LORIS.
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