Video: Count on Journalism

http://rsj.journalism.ryerson.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Promo-CountOnJournalism4wp.mp4   Is It For You? Study journalism and change the world. Search for the truth and create insightful and engaging news stories. Cultivate transferable and marketable skills in interviewing, critical thinking and research. Learn to put current events in context, and understand key issues and trends. Develop professional writing and storytelling techniques for text,…

People

School Leadership Gavin AdamsonUndergraduate Program Director Undergraduate Program Administrator researching mental health news and digital journalism @ryersonjourn. Numbers and nightmares have news value – WH Auden E-mailTwitter Aseel KafilManager of AdministrationLeader, educator, and change manager. Interested in developing teams and bringing the best in individuals to better serve communities. E-mailTwitter Asmaa MalikGraduate Program DirectorTeaches start-up…

RSJ Voices

Some of our past graduates describe their experience here at the Ryerson School of Journalism. Hear what makes this educational experience unique. Stories that Matter: Sean Reynolds Skills that Open Doors: Arti Patel Skills that Open Doors: Nitish Bissonauth Opportunity to work anywhere: Brian Trinh Skills that open doors: Sachin Seth In Canada’s Media Centre:…

Grads at Work

Andrea BellemareReporter, producer, CBC News, Kitchener-Waterloo Manori RavindranReporter, producer, CBC News, Kitchener-Waterloo Trevor BirrellGuidance counsellor, co-operative education and English teacher at Rick Hansen Secondary School in Mississauga Christie BlatchfordColumnist at the National Post Maurice CachoCTV News Producer Trinh Theresa DoInvestigative reporter for the CBC Kathleen GoldharExecutive producer of CBC Radio's The Current Jacky HabibJournalist &…

News studies minor

Available to students not majoring in journalism, the Minor in News Studies is designed to give students an understanding of journalism theory and practice. It comprises courses that introduce students to the basic skills of journalism; that delineate the history, practice, theory and ethical standards of the profession that allow them to combine both theory…

Bachelor of Journalism

Bachelor of Journalism Program Students are introduced to journalism as practiced across all forms of media in the first two years, after which they may choose courses to concentrate in a specific medium (online, newspaper, magazine or broadcast), or gain expertise in a cross-media skill such as editing, or in a specific beat in journalism…

Graduate Admissions

Pursuing graduate studies at Ryerson? We are confident that you’ve made the right choice in pursuing your graduate studies at Ryerson. Once you’ve made an informed choice about which program(s) you are going to apply to, preparing your application requires careful research and planning. Click the link below to visit the website. Graduate Admissions