- NESCom Journalism graduate Rob Nesbitt has been nominated for another Boston/New England Emmy!
- Elizabeth Donald writes about the value of ethics in this blog post from Society of Professional Journalists.
- NESCom Journalism, Radio and Video production students are still talking about their workshop with Maine Press Association Journalist of the Year Erin Rhoda at the Bangor Daily News this week. Rhoda coached students through the job of trying to perfectly summarize a story in just a few words. The students are working with Korean War era veterans with journalism instructor Jeffrey Hope. But the workshop was also a chance to introduce students to Rhoda’s award winning story of a young man addicted to heroin.
- File this under: OOPS
- Don't miss tonight's screening of the documentary film Tickling Giants, being held in Libra Lecture Hall at Husson University.
- Watch the latest trailer for the documentary film OBIT, which looks at the traditions of obituaries and the people at the The New York Times that continue that tradition.
- Join the Society of Professional Journalists at Husson University for a free screening of the documentary Tickling Giants, Wednesday, April 19th 7pm in Libra Lecture Hall.
Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications - Journalism
To be a journalist, you have to be passionate about researching, fact finding, meeting people, grabbing images and then writing, editing and telling the story. Students in the Journalism program take classes in writing and reporting, web reporting and video and radio production to prepare themselves to be multi-skilled in this field.
The New England School of Communications at Husson University provides you a training ground to set you apart. If you are looking for a university with experienced faculty, an affordable and quality degree, then you are in the right place! Journalism students have real world resources at their fingertips in order to build a strong demo-reel for when they enter their career. Students can draw from the AP news wire using the ENPS platform, write for The Spectator, a student run on-line newspaper and report on WHSN 89.3-FM, the campus radio station, or the NESCom Broadcast Network (NBN).