Prior to being accepted into a traditional degree program, a student with limited English proficiency may have to take an undergraduate pathway. This program seeks to remedy gaps in a student’s language skills with courses in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
The art of researching, interviewing and reporting news through media channels can be found in journalism studies. This can include television, radio, web, newspapers, magazines and public relations programs. Journalists often learn to report hard news (such as crime and politics) and soft news (such as fashion and lifestyle).
International Year One in Journalism/Communication will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon succes
International Year One in Journalism/Communication will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Washington State University. This transition from an INTO WSU program to a university degree program is called progression.
Degree Program Components:
120 credit hour program
25 credit hours apply from Pathway
95 credit hours remaining toward a degree
120 credit hour program
16 credit hours apply from Pathway
104 credit hours remaining toward a degree
Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry.
Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university.
Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students.
Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers.
Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway.
Key course facts
Course length: 1-2 Semesters
Start dates: 2019: January, August; 2020: January
Fees: From $16,500
Class hours: 12-16 hours per week
Class size: 15
Award: This Pathway leads to undergraduate degrees including Communication and Society, English, Journalism and Media Production, Marketing or Strategic Communication at Washington State University.
In journalism, you will develop professional writing skills with an awareness of the target audience and the legal and ethical framework for publishing. The academic stud
In journalism, you will develop professional writing skills with an awareness of the target audience and the legal and ethical framework for publishing. The academic study of journalism involves the development of key journalistic skills including the ability to write a news story, conduct an interview and put together a feature article. Students also conduct an analysis of the differences between types of newspaper and the news values they display, examine major ethical and legal issues pertaining to the practice of journalism in the UK.
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1. Bilingual training
If you would like to study both in English and in Spanish and enhance your future professional profile, you can study the first year of your degree in English and then complete the rest of your degree in Spanish. There are specific study paths to meet different needs:
For students who are not native Spanish speakers: the study program for the first year is entirely in English, except for 15 ECTS credits (which these students will undertake in the second year). Instead of undertaking these 15 ECTS credits in the first year, you will undertake a Spanish language module to help prepare for you for the next stage of your studies in Spanish.
For native Spanish-speaking students: the study program for the first year is entirely in English, except for 15 ECTS credits, which will be undertaken in Spanish.