Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
Learn reporting and editing skills for storytelling in online video, audio, and data-visualization mediums.
- Cable 8, a student-run public television station, helps you gain experience and apply your knowledge
- The Murrow News Service gives you experience in producing professional news stories and provides public-interest journalism to media partners like The Seattle Times and NBC News
- The Daily Evergreen, the student voice of WSU since 1895 and one of the only college newspapers that covers city and county news, is a weekly paper distributed throughout Pullman
- KUGR, a student run radio station broadcasting live music, shows and sports since 1954
- The Religion Reporting Project, an experiential learning program with field trips, in-depth discussions, and writing opportunities that broaden your understanding of how religious beliefs and practices shape our world
- The Rural Reporting Project, an immersive learning experience that connects you with rural communities in the region
- Murrow Symposium brings industry experts and speakers to campus annually, providing workshops and networking opportunities
- Award-winning, experienced faculty and advisors to guide you
- Murrow Center for Student Success Career Ready program offers career advising and preparation services
- Strong alumni network provides career coaching and mentoring to current students and graduates
With a Multimedia Journalism degree, you can work in:
- Print and digital journalism
- News casting
- Television and radio production
- Multimedia production
- Documentary film
- Program development
- Nonprofit and government agencies
WSU accepts credit from Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and CLEP exams, associate degrees, Running Start and more.
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Internships, Jobs, and Work-study
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