BA/Journalism and Mass Communication
Turn your career into a search for truth when you earn your Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication degree online from Ashford University. With the advancement of electronic media has come increasing demand for responsible journalists ? professionals with the skills and knowledge to use new media and to broadcast timely information to the public. In this program, you will learn the rights, and responsibilities of news media professionals in a democracy. You will create an electronic portfolio of work to showcase your professional journalistic skills. Your courses include a wide range of topics, from composition and editing to research and analysis. Contribute to a free society with your Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication.
||2.00 cumulative GPA or higher For transfer students.
||High school diploma required and GED is accepted
||Depending on the number of credits transferred in, you may be required to take one or both of Ashford University's introductory courses: EXP 105 Personal Dimensions of Education and PSY 202 Adult Development & Life Assessment. If you enter the program with fewer than twenty-four (24) transferable credits, you are required to successfully complete EXP 105 as your first course, followed by PSY 202 as your second course. If you enter the program with twenty-four (24) or more transferable credits, you will be required to successfully complete PSY 202 as your first course.All Gen Ed classes listed on 1st degree (AA/Buisness) 46 Gen Ed credits required for all degree's.
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
||Ashford University accepts up to 90 transfer credits from a two-year, regionally accredited institution, including Associate of Arts in Science credits, toward a Bachelor's degree program. Transfer up to 99 approved credits toward your Bachelor's degree. Combine your previous coursework with up to 75 nontraditional credits to make the maximum transfer impact! # You can transfer up to 90 community college credits toward Ashford's Bachelor's programs, including AAS credits.
# Credits you've earned toward an Associate's degree at an accredited community college might apply towards Ashford University's general education requirements.
# Your lower division coursework may be equivalent to Ashford's upper division courses, so you won't have to repeat courses you have already taken. #You must earn a minimum of 18 credits at Ashford University.