A diploma course in print journalism is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to work as professional journalists in the print media industry. The course typically covers a range of topics, including news gathering and reporting, news writing, editing, feature writing, investigative reporting, and photojournalism. During the course, students will learn about the history and evolution of print media, including newspapers, magazines, and newsletters. They will also gain an understanding of the role of print journalism in society and the impact it has on shaping public opinion.
Students will develop practical skills in news writing and reporting, including conducting interviews, researching stories, and fact-checking information. They will also learn how to write different types of articles, such as news stories, features, opinion pieces, and reviews. The course will also cover the basics of copyediting, proofreading, and layout design.
Reporter/Correspondent/Journalist, Creative Writer/Editor Communications Manager, Digital Services Specialist, Marketing Specialist, Publishing Manager, Production Specialist, Print Production Manager, Publishing Coordinator and numerous others.