Sample 1 - State of California

Training Program Summary

Journalism
Journalism. A program that focuses on the theory and practice of gathering, processing, and delivering news and that prepares individuals to be professional print journalists, news editors, and news managers. Includes instruction in news writing and editing; reporting; photojournalism; layout and graphic design; journalism law and policy; professional standards and ethics; research methods; and journalism history and criticism.
 
Training Providers for Journalism in California
Provider Name
Program Name
Mills College Journalism 
California State University, East Bay Journalism 
Laney College Journalism 
Arvin High School Journalism 
Butte College Journalism 
California State University, Chico Journalism 
Los Medanos College Journalism 
Contra Costa College Journalism 
Chaffey Community College Journalism 
Reedley College Journalism 
Cabrillo College Journalism 
Humboldt State University Journalism 
Taft College Journalism 
Bakersfield College Journalism 
Point Loma Nazarene University Journalism 
Inyo County Regional Occupational Program Journalism 
Lassen Community College Journalism 
Rio Hondo College Journalism 
University of La Verne Journalism 
California State University, Northridge Journalism 
College of the Canyons Journalism 
Los Angeles Valley College Journalism 
University of Southern California Journalism 
Long Beach City College Journalism 
Cerritos College Journalism 
East Los Angeles College Journalism 
Pasadena City College Journalism 
California State University, Los Angeles Journalism 
Long Beach City College Journalism 
El Camino College - Torrance Journalism 
University of Judaism Journalism 
Biola University Journalism 
Imperial Valley College Journalism 
Los Angeles Pierce College Journalism 
Los Angeles Southwest College Journalism 
Santa Monica City College Journalism 
State Center Community College District Journalism 
State Center Community College District Journalism 
College of Marin Journalism 
Pacific Union College Journalism 
Fullerton Community College Journalism 
Golden West College Journalism 
Santa Ana College Journalism 
Irvine Valley College Journalism 
Saddleback College Journalism 
California Baptist University Journalism 
College of the Desert Journalism 
Riverside Community College Journalism 
California State University, Sacramento Journalism 
American River College Journalism 
Cosumnes River College Journalism 
Southwestern College Journalism 
Palomar College Journalism 
Point Loma Nazarene University Journalism 
San Diego Mesa College Journalism 
City College of San Francisco Journalism 
Cuesta College Journalism 
College of San Mateo Journalism 
Santa Barbara City College Journalism 
San Jose State University Journalism 
Evergreen Valley College Journalism 
Shasta College Journalism 
Solano Community College Journalism 
Modesto Junior College Journalism 
University of California Extension, Los Angeles Journalism 
College of the Sequoias Journalism 
Moorpark College Journalism 
Contra Costa County ROP Journalism 
California State University, Monterey Bay Journalism 
Cosumnes River College - El Dorado Center Journalism 
California State University, Stanislaus Journalism 
University of California, Berkeley Journalism 
University of California, Santa Cruz Journalism 
Los Angeles City College Journalism 
Ohlone College Journalism 
Sacramento City College Journalism 
Sacramento City College Journalism 
San Jose City College Journalism 

Occupations for Journalism in California
Occupation TitleEstimated Year - Projected YearEmploymentEmployment Change Minimum Educational Requirement View Video
EstimatedProjectedNumberPercent
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary2010 - 20203,3003,80050015.2 Doctor`s degree  
Reporters and Correspondents2010 - 20204,6004,300300-6.5 Work experience, plus bachelor`s or higher degree View Video
Editors2010 - 202013,50012,900600-4.4 Bachelor`s degree  
Writers and Authors2010 - 202020,90022,3001,4006.7 Bachelor`s degree View Video