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.
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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