"My News-Editorial classes have substantially prepared me for success across multiple communication vehicles. I'm confident in my employment prospects because of the tools I've been given at Baylor. "
-Anthony Garcia, B.A. '15
A News-Editorial concentration places an emphasis on traditional print and broadcast media. Curriculum is centered around sound and ethical reporting and writing for all aspects of the news. News-Editorial students have the opportunity to exercise their skills by writing for The Baylor Lariat and Focus Magazine, both award-winning student publications. Students are required to take 21 hours of core courses and may mix and match nine hours of upper-level journalism elective courses.
View the degree plan or get more information from Baylor's Undergraduate Course Catalogue online.