Journalism is about storytelling. Journalists gather information from a variety of sources, synthesize or make sense of that information, and prepare or mold that information to share with others using a variety of platforms. This information may be in the form of text, photos, audio, video, social media, or other multimedia formats. The AA-T in Journalism prepares lower division students to step into a baccalaureate journalism and mass communication programs at the California State University with their feet running. While traditional media may be undergoing an evolution today, the skills of the journalist remain in demand, sometimes in non-traditional media formats. A degree in Journalism prepares students as writers, editors, photojournalists, designers, multimedia developers, and public relations practitioners, just to name a few career options. The AA-T in Journalism was designed to work with both accredited and non-accredited CSU programs.


California Community Colleges

American River College
Bakersfield College
Cerritos College
Chabot College
Chaffey College
Citrus College
College of the Desert
Cosumnes River College
Cuesta College
Diablo Valley College
El Camino College
Fresno City College
Fullerton College
Gavilan College
Los Angeles Pierce College
Los Medanos College
Moorpark College
Ohlone College
Orange Coast College
Palomar College
Pasadena City College
Rio Hondo College
Riverside City College
Sacramento City College
Saddleback College
San Diego Mesa College
Santa Ana College
Santa Rosa Junior College
Sierra College
Solano Community College

California State Universities

California State University, Chico
California State University, Dominguez Hills
California State University, East Bay
California State University, Fresno
California State University, Fullerton
Humboldt State University
California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Monterey Bay
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
California State University, Sacramento