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A Journalism Program With An Accelerated Approach

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, In : College Education 
There is no reason someone who holds a college diploma or university degree in any discipline should take a program without an accelerated approach. At Centennial College, “fast-track” programs are shorter, relevant and allow you to complement your experiences and education. In these offerings, you receive an accelerated diploma in your chosen field of study; become job ready in a short period of time; and belong to a college that helps to meet the challenges of the global economy.

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Journalism Program Allows Students Quick Industry Entry

Posted by Jason White on Monday, August 4, 2014,

Did you know it was possible to begin a program at various entry points? Centennial College makes it possible with its Fast Track options. These are programs that benefit those who wish to have speedy entry into the workforce and typically have some sort of post-secondary training and/or experience. This option was designed with the realization that many learners seek shorter, relevant programs that complement their education and experiences. Despite the “fast” delivery, students of the...


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Journalism in Canada: Career Options and Competencies Required

Posted by Jason White on Friday, April 4, 2014, In : College Education 
A diploma in journalism prepares students for a variety of careers, including
  • Broadcast journalists
  • Editorial assistants
  • Magazine journalists
  • Newspaper journalists
  • Press sub-editors
  • Proofreaders
  • Print production planners
  • Commissioning editors

These are just a few career options for journalists. However, the advancement in digital media and online platforms has opened doors to more exciting career options. The career prospects are bright for new-age journalists. They can be engaged in
  • Researc...

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