College of Liberal Arts
The multimedia journalism program offers students hands-on experience in UTEP's Multimedia Journalism Studio and with KTEP-FM. Students gain professional skills in photography, audio production, data visualization and video production while learning to be critical thinkers and excellent writers.
Put skills to practice in bilingual digital publication Borderzine
Develop storytelling skills in video, audio and photo through Communication Digital Media and Audio labs
Small class sizes allow for more interaction with students and professors
UTEP multimedia journalism alumni are working in broadcast, print and online media outlets. Watch this short video to see students in action and hear from faculty.
Anahy Y. Diaz has augmented her academics with an NBC Today show internship, and experience as editor of The Prospector, UTEP’s student newspaper. She praised the program for its access to mentors, and courses that provide hands-on experience.
Multimedia Journalism graduates work in a wide range of careers in broadcasting and digital journalism, public relations and marketing communications.
UTEP offers grants and scholarships that may cover your entire tuition.
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