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Digital Journalism: Tell the Story

Sharpen your multimedia skills to thrive in the Information Age

Today’s news comes fast and in many forms. People, businesses and nonprofits use tweets, blogs, podcasts and videos to reach the masses.

While anyone can post, publish and press “send,” only those who can best tell the story will succeed at cutting through the clutter of competing messages.

Learn to get the word out through a two-year digital media degree, short certificate or single courses in Digital Journalism at Colorado Mountain College. The Digital Journalism track builds on the foundation of CMC’s Associate of Applied Science in New Media degree.

Why the Digital Journalism track at Colorado Mountain College?

Colorado has a high concentration of digital journalism experts, outlets and entrepreneurs. Internships are available to help you transition to a full-time job. That means you’ll learn in the field as well as in the classroom. You’ll leave Colorado Mountain College armed, not only with a degree, but with hands-on experience and contacts in the field.

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Program at a Glance

Degree: Digital Media, Journalism Track (AAS), Digital Journalism Cert

COST PER CREDIT: $65 In-district
$147 In-state
$440 Out-of-state

Internships: 25 companies in 8 concentrations

Questions? 800-621-8559


See the Gainful Employment Disclosure: Digital Journalism Certificate


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