Top Photojournalism Bachelors degree Programs - 2023

A program that focuses on the use of still and motion photography in journalism and prepares individuals to function as news photographers and photographic editors. Includes instruction in photography, journalism, studio procedures and techniques, camera and equipment operation and technique, news editing, print and film editing, news scene composition, subject surveillance, media law and policy, news team field operations, and professional standards and ethics.

For all the 141 degrees granted in Photojournalism annually, the majority of them are Bachelors degree. Of the 100 students earning degrees at the Bachelors degree level across the US, 75% percent identify as women and 25% percent identify as men. Though students at schools all over the US study Photojournalism, Ohio has the most graduates. The average starting salary for an undergraduate degree in Photojournalism is $38,400.

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Top Colleges for Photojournalism

If you’re thinking about majoring in Photojournalism, then you should look at these top colleges, including Ohio University-Main Campus, Central Michigan University and the University of Central Oklahoma. Ohio University-Main Campus is our top ranked institution for a degree in Photojournalism with 25 students graduating with this major annually at the Bachelors degree level. Learn more about college options in the table below.

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