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A guide for King's Journalism students


Journalism Programs

Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

The four-year BJH program challenges you to see the world differently, to ask the right questions and find the right answers. You will learn to think critically and write clearly, and to tell stories in multiple formats.

One Year Bachelor of Journalism

This degree builds upon the broad undergraduate education you already have to give you the professional skill set to become a working journalist in just one year.

Master of Journalism

You will work with award-winning journalists in a series of small production workshops and intimate seminar classes over two years.

Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction

Bring us your idea for a narrative nonfiction book, a collection of essays, or a biography or memoir and we can help you turn it into a manuscript that’s on the road to publication.

As a King's student, you have access to all of the DAL e-resources, including e-books, journal articles, and databases.

If you are accessing these resources from off-campus, you will need to log in with your university credentials in order to access them (your NetID and password).

You can access e-books and some journal articles through Novanet.

You can search for a specific database or browse Dalhousie's alphabetic list databases here.

Nova Scotia Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner

A number of forms which may be used for procedures under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act are provided in Regulations. Although these forms are not required in order to request access or a review, you may find them very convenient.

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