#9. Auburn University
This degree program gives students the tools they need to report news and feature stories through media other than words. They will be able to get ideas across using photography, slideshows, and digital tools. The curriculum includes courses in editing and design, multimedia journalism, news writing, and reporting. Students choose from electives to focus on their particular interests; possible options include sports reporting, international PR, and introduction to filmmaking.
Retention Rate 90%
Graduation Rate 68%
Percent Receiving Grant or Scholarship Aid 71%
Tuition $26,364; In State: $9,852
Rankings GD USA #2
Points Awarded 11
Auburn University has been listed as one of the top 50 public universities in the country for more than 20 consecutive years and holds the No. 36 ranking on the list of best public universities on the 2011 edition of U.S. News & World Report.
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