- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Oberlin has long produced outstanding journalists, defined broadly as individuals who communicate in a variety of nonfiction genres about current matters, including newspaper, magazine, and online reporting; writing and editing creative nonfiction and nonfiction books; radio production and podcasting; and documentary filmmaking.
Curriculum and Requirements
The journalism concentration is “integrative” in that it seeks to combine coursework with co-curricular and extracurricular work, including internships and other forms of applied learning. Its design will allow students to combine it with a major from any related field of study.
Obies in Journalism
Print, broadcast, digital, writing, editing, production, news, sciences, arts, politics, business…anywhere you look in journalism, there’s a good chance an Obie has made a mark.
- Journalism Basics RHET 120
- Introduction to Music Criticism PROF 170
- Practicing Music Journalism PROF 171
- Literary Journalism RHET 207