The minor in Journalism at UMD teaches students to produce fair and thorough news. Students learn to write and think clearly. They learn to report on the community they live in. They learn to work across news platforms, from print to video, from the Internet to photography.
Many UMD Journalism students take internships or part-time jobs in local media outlets, including daily newspapers, television newsrooms and monthly magazines.
Recent graduates have found jobs writing and editing at newspapers, producing television and radio news, and working for communications departments in public institutions and private industry.
For more information on the Journalism Minor, see the UMD Catalog.