Program Level: Pre-Majors/Transfer
Department: English, Humanities & Journalism
Institute: Creative & Communication Arts
College: SAC

What will I learn?

Journalism training teaches students how to gather, evaluate and organize information into news articles, photographs, slide shows, and videos. Photography courses teach skills for professional photography, social media, and hobbies, as well as provide a basis for filmmaking and videography training.


What can I do with this course of study?

The Journalism/Photography program is a foundation for careers in print, broadcast, and digital media; multimedia and photojournalism; public relations and advertising; and photography. The study of journalism also helps prepare students for law school, graduate study, and academic success in many liberal arts fields. Photography training supplements skills in professions such as law enforcement, medical, geology, astronomy, and architecture.

What is the Journalism/Photography program?

The Journalism/Photography program is a hands-on, laboratory experience that builds relevant skills and a portfolio. The skills courses taught in this program are honed directly in the student-published news outlets. 


What's special about this program?

Journalism/Photography students learn by doing. They get published and build a portfolio, which makes them marketable, and they walk out with career skills. Students also learn self-confidence, pride in the community, and the ability to recognize and report stories that make an impact.

The skills courses taught in this program are honed directly in the student publications


Contact Us

Troy Touchette
Department Chair
Nail Technical Center (NTC) 229
(210) 486-1072

Jim Dalglish
Program Coordinator
Longwith Radio-TV-Film (LRTF) 209
(210) 486-1357

Judy Kabo
Academic Unit Assistant
LRTF 110
(210) 486-1361

Tricia Buchhorn
Academic Lab Technician
Loftin Student Center (LSC) 212
(210) 486-1772

Mark Magavern
Academic Lab Technician

LSC 100
(210) 486-1781