From the Highway of Tears in B.C. to a Nigerian village, University of Regina Master of Journalism students are shining a light on important issues. Join us for a screening this Thursday, and watch for more MJ projects online and in The Crow magazine. Thursday, Oct. 19 Research and Innovation Centre 7 p.m. • […]
Choose Your Path to an Exciting Career!
From just starting out to honing your craft, we offer a range of study options
Bachelor of Arts Journalism
A two-year program for students who have completed two years of undergraduate university studies.
Bachelor of Journalism
A two-year program for degree-holding students who would like to pursue a second undergraduate degree rather than an MJ degree.
Bridging to Masters
Intensive courses and internship for students with a non-journalism bachelor's degree who wish to pursue a master's degree in journalism.
Master of Journalism
A one-year professional program for career journalists with an undergraduate degree in journalism or equivalent professional experience.
The University of Regina School of Journalism incubates journalism that matters. Our blend of theory and practice makes our grads some of the most successful journalists in Canada and around the world.
SMALL CLASS SIZES
Maximum enrollment is capped at 26 students per year across all degree programs.
Our profs are career journalists with solid academic credentials and teaching experience.
Students have full access to state-of-the-art gear, including radio and TV studies, computer workstations, edit suites and a full range of broadcast cameras.
IN DEPTH JOURNALISM
Our program emphasizes in-depth documentary and investigative journalism - the kind of journalism that can make a real difference.
Our students learn to seamlessly integrate all media platforms, from traditional media formats to the latest digital innovations.
I've worked with grads from the other schools, and I honestly feel U of R's people come out with a stronger education. More well rounded with a good focus on the technical side of journalism as well. I see U of R grads now working across the country and when we talk, we always agree that the internship is what makes the University of Regina's journalism program the best in Canada. Hands down.DEREK STOFFEL, CBC Middle East Correspondent
J-school provided me with real industry experience. Looking back on my first position after graduation, I was prepared for whatever the newsroom threw my way. I have the J-school to thank for helping me get to where I am today.NANCY CARLSON, Global Edmonton Anchor
The U of R J School truly helped me build the portfolio needed to get me from Point A to B and so on. Moreover, the small class sizes are such an asset.TAMARA CHERRY, CTV Toronto Crime Reporter
The Journalism School gave me an ethical grounding, combined with the courage do do what it takes to get the story.Jason Warick, CBC Saskatoon
The Journalism School allowed me to fulfill my dream to become a broadcast journalist, producer, host and videographer. I really cherish the time that I spent there, and go back often to visit.Nelson Bird, CTV News Assignment Editor
Photo above: Okimaw Wally Burns shows oil debris collected on James Smith Cree Nation territory, in a scene from the student documentary Crude Power. Crude Power: An Investigation into oil, money and influence in Saskatchewan Screening and panel discussion Wed. Oct. 4, 7 p.m. Research and Innovation Centre Auditorium Panelists: Emily Eaton, Dept. of Geography; […]
Jennifer Ackerman, currently an intern at the Regina Leader-Post, was chosen for her TV report, Ceta application in Saskatchewan Ackerman will participate in a week-long study tour of European Union institutions in Brussels in October. Prior to the study tour, the winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony jointly organized with the Honourable Geoff Regan, […]