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Multimedia Journalism

School of Arts & Humanities

Multimedia journalism is the practice of contemporary journalism that distributes news content either using two or more media formats via the Internet or disseminating news report via multiple media platforms.

The curriculum includes courses in Basic Photography, Digital Photography, The Press in Society, Advanced Reporting, Feature Writing, Editing and Style, Photojournalism, Foundations of Creative Nonfiction, and an Internship.

Student-Run Media Agency

All multimedia journalism majors participate in a student-run media agency.

  • Real projects for real clients (on- and off-campus)
  • Students work as a creative team with faculty advisement
  • Publicity and promotion, website design and development, graphic design, video services
  • Opportunities for various experiences and advancement

Senior Capstone Course

All students take a capstone course in their senior year to provide specific practical skills and knowledge for launching a successful communications career and to read and reflect on living as a disciple of Jesus Christ while working in their vocation.


View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan University Catalog (link below). The Milligan University academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.


What can I do with a degree in Multimedia Journalism?

Download a list of potential careers in Multimedia Journalism.

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Simon J. Dahlman

Simon J. Dahlman

Professor of Communications; Faculty Adviser to the Stampede; Area Chair of Performing, Visual, and Communicative Arts

Phone: 423.461.8994
Contact via email
Office: Paxson Communications Center 104