In today’s media-driven world, careers in journalism are more versatile and engaging than ever. Saddleback College students are writing their own success stories, working toward high-energy, high-demand media careers. The program covers the history, theory and practice of journalism, preparing graduates for immediate employment in a broad range of journalism and media occupations.
In Orange County and beyond, journalism professionals are in demand!
$49,180 - $97,550
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Public Relations Specialist
Yes! Salaries are soaring for Journalism professionals.
Reporter / Correspondent - $49,180
Radio / Television Announcers - $47,860
Broadcast News Analyst - $66,880
Editor - $68,530
Copywriter - $75,400
Public Relations Specialist - $65,830
Communications Teacher, Postsecondary - $68,910
Producer (w/further education) - $97,550
Saddleback College’s Journalism and New Media department offers an associate degree, an associate in arts for transfer, and a certificate of achievement in this in-demand field.
For more information about these programs, you can also visit the main Saddleback website’s Journalism and New Media page.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies * HalloweenEveryNight.com * Esri * Los Angeles Hoopz * A.N. Publishing * West Corporation * Vox Media * Amgen * Walt Disney Television * Warner Music Group * NBCUniversal * Ranker * Kahn Media Inc. * Warner Bros. * And Many More! *
Saddleback College is proud to be Orange County’s premier provider of low-cost career education. See the 2019 Cost of Education Statement for the most recent information on cost of attendance.
For financial aid, visit the Student Financial Assistance & Scholarship Office online, for details on financial assistance sources, including grants, loans, scholarships, work-study opportunities, and more!