Centennial College offers three Journalism programs from its modern, multimedia newsroom at the Story Arts Centre campus near downtown Toronto:

In Centennial’s three-year Journalism program, you’ll develop the skills and confidence to succeed in an evolving industry. Your path will take you from the classroom to the newsroom as you develop expertise in telling and sharing the stories that people need and want to know.

In this advanced diploma program, you will:

Contemporary Journalism is a three-semester graduate certificate program that will explore new tools, trends and directions in journalism while maintaining an emphasis on sourced, credible and verifiable storytelling.

You’ll learn in an interactive environment with courses covering news reporting, writing, editing and visual storytelling while also exploring social media, mobile and emerging technologies and delving into multimedia storytelling and data journalism.

In a digital world, the smartphone is increasingly the newsroom for journalists and the living room for the audience. The Contemporary Journalism program will emphasize the use of mobile devices, including smartphones, to source, produce and share credible multimedia journalism.

The program will culminate with entrepreneurial and professional practice elements, including a seven-week field placement, during which you’ll demonstrate and refine your skills in today’s rapidly evolving media environment.

In this graduate certificate program, you will: