The world needs storytellers dedicated to pursuing and sharing truth in trustworthy and meaningful ways. King’s invites you to join the vanguard of the journalism revolution.
You have an undergraduate degree, a passion for telling stories and are interested in learning by doing.
You are eager to tell stories based on data-driven research. Where will journalism be in five years? Following you.
You are a mid-career journalist ready to dive into data research. Where will journalism be in five years? Following you.
You are eager to forge the future of journalism by exploring new story forms and building your own journalism business.
You are a mid-career journalist searching for the next step. Now’s the time to hone your digital skills and build your own journalism business.
You want to cover justice issues as a journalist, work as a media lawyer or bring a deep understanding of journalism to your law practice. Join Canada’s only combined degree program in law and journalism.
King’s boasts close contact between students and teachers at all levels of study, and a learning environment that couples the highest professional standards with a flexible, interdisciplinary curriculum. Our job is to support your dreams.
Establish an outstanding base for a range of careers -- including law, public service, education, advocacy, arts and journalism -- in our four-year Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) program. Learn to think and write quickly and clearly. Become an adept storyteller in digital and traditional formats. Cultivate your curiosity about the contemporary world.
Strengthen your writing and research skills – and understand the role of journalism in society – by taking a Minor in Journalism Studies.
Leverage your undergraduate degree with our one-year post-baccalaureate Bachelor of Journalism. Graduate with the skills to join a traditional newsroom, documentary house, or to take on a range of roles in new media.
Our graduate programs are unique, specialized and professionally oriented.