Journalism is an interdisciplinary subject with a focus on media and communication. Practice and theory are intertwined in the subject. The practical elements include writing, photography, film, radio and web production. The theoretical elements comprise studies of the media’s role in society, media ethics, research and in-depth studies of society.
Both the subject of Journalism and the profession have strong links to numerous current societal issues and are important to our democracy. During your studies, you will learn to cover trials, discuss ethics, conduct research into current societal issues, foreign coverage, write reports, make radio programmes and much more besides. You can also express your linguistic and investigative creativity and, along with a critical approach and theoretical reasoning about the media’s role in society, you create a good balance and broad basis for future work.
Studying Journalism suits you if you have a social conscience, want to reflect critically on society and to work with either traditional or digital media. Cooperation between Journalism and Media Technology at Södertörn University brings together studies of digital tools and journalistic practice.