B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Entertainment Journalism
Residential B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Entertainment Journalism
Develop the storytelling and technical skills you need for a successful career in the entertainment journalism industry. With your B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Entertainment Journalism degree from Liberty University, you’ll learn how to pursue truth as you develop story ideas, gather information from your sources, and accurately communicate it to your audience.
Learn from industry-savvy professors who are grounded in their Christian faith. You can also apply your skills and foster industry relationships through internship opportunities.
Beyond the classroom, you can gain experience right here on campus with 90.9 The Light (WQLU), a Christian music station featuring regular newscasts and news talk formats. You will also have the opportunity to write and produce content for the Liberty Champion, one of the largest weekly community newspapers in Central Virginia. And, deliver and produce news content in two of our state-of-the-art television studios or contribute to the Liberty Flames Sports Network (LFSN).
Student Media Lab
Housing more than a million dollars worth of equipment, the Student Media Lab is a crucial catalyst for hands-on learning in the Digital Media and Journalism department. Our students have access to industry-standard cameras, audio equipment, lighting gear, and other support equipment – all available for check-out. The student media lab also offers weekly training workshops for various featured equipment. Training is enhanced by the student media lab’s private editing suite that includes coloring stations and access to a variety of editing software.
Academics for the B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Entertainment Journalism
120 total hours
Digital Media & Journalism (BS): Entertainment Journalism
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Featured Entertainment Journalism Courses
- Intro to Family and Consumer Science (FACS 103)
- Introduction to the Fashion Industry (FACS 225)
- E-News Reporting (JOUR 357)
- Writing & Edit Digi Mag. & Features (JOUR 374) or
- Intro to Documentary Filmmaking (CINE 260)
Start Your Career in Entertainment Journalism
Entertainment Journalism Career Opportunities
- eMagazine writer/reporter
- Entertainment show host.
- Writer/producer for talk shows
- Guest producer for talk shows
- Radio Reporter
- TV Reporter
- Beat Reporter
- Radio Host
- Radio Host
- TV Host
- Documentary Production
- Social Media Writer
- Social Media Editor
- Multimedia Packaging for Web/Mobile
- Communications Coordinator
- Promotional Writing/Packaging