for web, mobile, print, TV, radio, social media,
& the technologies of the future.
B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies in New Media Journalism
B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Digital Arts & Journalism
Telling Stories in Our Digital World
What’s Your Story?
Report, write, and edit content that is engaging, accurate, and professionally presented. Examine media’s complicated role in modern society, and the ethics of being a responsible journalist. Explore data journalism, creative non-fiction, business communication, or investigative journalism.
in the Eagle’s Eye, the SNC Tahoe student newspaper, which is written and edited entirely by journalism students and published biweekly both in print and online. Your work will reach the entire community – the Eagle’s Eye is an enclosure in the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza.
Intern with local newspapers and magazines, including the glossies Powder and Tahoe Quarterly. Apply your skills in marketing, publicity, business communications, or graphic design working with local non-profits.
Meet INTD Digital Arts and Journalism major Danny Kern
Class of 2016
After getting my first camera in eighth grade, I haven't stopped documenting what I enjoy doing. I am majoring in Digital Art and Journalism so I can start sharing what I believe are the best qualities of life, and help spread the knowledge of better quality sustainable living.
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Digital Skills for the Convergent Newsroom
Master digital tools and visual techniques to captivate your audience across media and platforms.
Create photography, graphics, video, and audio.
Publish to web, mobile, print, TV, and radio.
Connect using social media and interactive technology.
Digital Arts or New Media?
The Digital Arts & Journalism major complements the journalism core with advanced digital art skills and grounding in art and design fundamentals. 30 credits in journalism and 27 credits in fine arts.
The New Media Journalism major uses an entrepreneurial approach to prepare you to tell stories with digital competency, marketing savvy, and a strong foundation in journalism skills. 30 credits in journalism, 15 credits in digital arts, and 12 credits in business, including new media marketing.
Meet INTD Journalism alumnus Jason Paladino
Class of 2012
While still in grad school at the the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Jason Paladino began an in-depth investigation into safety issues on U.S. Navy aircraft which led to a prestigious Investigative Reporting Program fellowship, three NBC Nightly News broadcasts (Feb 3 2015, Oct 5 2015, and Oct 9 2015), and a piece on the IRE (Investigative Reporters & Editors) Radio Podcast.
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Find your niche, or make your own. Some of your career options in journalism and digital arts are . . .
Marketing, Advertising, Social Media and Search Marketing, Public Relations, Interactive Marketing; Graphic Design, Desktop Publishing, Multimedia Design, Videography, Web Design, Data Graphics, Digital Media Producer; Reporter, Investigative Journalist, Editor, Publisher, Multimedia Journalist, Content Strategist, Photojournalist; Content and New Media Sales, Digital Entrepreneur.
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Please see the GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS page for specific major course requirements.
Anne Marie Brown
Assistant Professor in Humanities, Journalism
Interdisciplinary Studies Program Chair