Lights, Camera, Action
Our broadcast journalism program prepares you for the pace of live news.
The Department of Communication and Journalism (CJN) helps students master the theory, practice and art of communication.
At Suffolk, you're right in the middle of a dynamic tech and media metropolis. What better place to launch your communications career? Our program filters the timeless basics of storytelling through the lens of social media and digital communication, helmed by top-notch faculty and coveted internship opportunities.
Our faculty members are game changers. You might even see them on TV, in the movies, or quoted in the newspaper. Why does this matter? In addition to facilitating jobs post-graduation, they can blend theory with real-world knowledge. Our faculty also serves on the board of major national academic organizations, including the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, the National Forensic Association, and the National Communication Association. When they speak, the world listens.
Our state-of-the-art tools are your voice. We have a media lab, computer lab, and editing rooms. There's also a fully equipped TV studio and our Suffolk U News, a student-produced TV show, recently won two Associated Press awards.
Boston is the fifth-largest communications market in the country. At Suffolk, you'll apply your skills with for-credit internships and other co-curricular activities. Where? Our students have interned at: