Journalism, Minor

School of Visual, Media and Performing Arts

Program Overview

By declaring a minor in journalism, you will develop your critical writing, reporting, and storytelling abilities. Courses in this minor give you a strong grounding and competencies in multi-platform content creation that prepare you to thrive in all contemporary workplaces and industries.

Journalism, Minor

Where You'll Go

Minors allow you to explore other areas of interest, make interdisciplinary connections, and gain specific skills and competencies that employers and graduate schools find attractive. The journalism minor enhances your writing and media-making abilities across a variety of contemporary platforms and prepares you for any job that requires content creation and communication skills.

Minor Details

The program information listed here reflects the approved curriculum for the 2023–24 academic year per the Brooklyn College Bulletin. Bulletins from past academic years can be found here.

Minor Requirements (18 Credits)

Required Courses: TREM 2401, 2032, 3401.

Nine credits chosen from the following: TREM 2726W, TREM 3040, TREM 3402, TREM 3403, TREM 3404, TREM 3405, TREM 3782, TREM 3841, TREM 3891, TREM 3951, TREM 4042, TREM 4045, TREM 4403


MJ Robinson, Associate Professor and Department Chair

304 Whitehead Hall
P: 718.951.5555

Brooklyn. All in.

Brooklyn. All in.