King’s invites you to join the vanguard of the journalism revolution. Graduate with the skills to join a traditional newsroom, documentary house, or to take on a range of roles in new media. King’s offers undergraduate, advanced and graduate programs specializing in Journalism.
Establish an outstanding base for a range of careers — including law, public service, education, advocacy, arts and journalism — in our four-year Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) program. Learn to think and write quickly and clearly. Become an adept storyteller in digital and traditional formats. Cultivate your curiosity about the contemporary world.
Strengthen your writing and research skills – and understand the role of journalism in society – by taking a Minor in Journalism Studies.
Leverage your undergraduate degree with our post-baccalaureate one-year Bachelor of Journalism. Graduate with the skills to join a traditional newsroom, documentary house, or to take on a range of roles in new media.
Our graduate programs are unique, specialized and professionally oriented.
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The Signal, the School of Journalism's digital news outlet, has been honoured with two Canadian Online Publishing Award (COPA) nominations. It received nominations for Best Editorial Packaging and Best Academic Project. Material for The Signal is reported and edited from September to April by students in digital reporting workshops at King's. It focuses primarily on…
During the University of King’s College MFA in Creative Nonfiction winter residency in Toronto in January 2016, some of Canada’s top literary agents offered presentations to students about themselves, their agencies and their approach to publishing. Chris Bucci of the Anne McDermid Agency was one of them. Jessica McDiarmid was intrigued by what she heard.…Read More
Would you like to learn more about Canada’s only Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction degree program? The MFA in Creative Nonfiction — a two-year limited-residency program offered jointly by Halifax’s Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College — allows students to combine short, intense residencies in Halifax, Toronto and New York with…