JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Lincoln University journalism students study a curriculum that includes traditional methods of news reporting while adopting technological skills necessary in the digital age – including drone journalism. In fact, we’re not only the first HBCU to offer a journalism degree, we are the first HBCU in the U.S. to offer drone journalism pilot training and FAA Part 107 test-prep. All LU J-school students take fundamental courses – news writing/reporting, AP style, investigative reporting, media law, multimedia production, and web content management – before focusing on a print/online or broadcast sequence. The J-school maintains a low teacher-student ratio, extremely affordable tuition, and instructors that have valuable field experience combined with respected academic credentials. For more info, contact Associate Professor Will Sites at 573-681-5805 or email@example.com.
(About The Name: Lincoln University’s historic Clarion print newspaper dates back to about 1932. Although the print version was discontinued in 2013, we have been publishing a new online version – myclarionnews.com – since January 2014. Proud of our past, embracing the future – that’s our idea of journalism at Lincoln University. Go Blue!)