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ASU Journalism vs. U of A Journalism

arizonaaaarizonaaa Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
First off, I know that the journalism program at ASU is nothing short of prestigious. However, I'm curious as to how individuals who have gone to the school or know somebody who has, feel about it. Did you like it? How were the classes? How often did you have to go to the main campus for courses? Was it worth it?

I'm leaning more towards Walter Cronkite, but University of Arizona offers a pretty good journalism program as well. U of A seems like a pretty chill school, but I need to go to where is best for my major.

In short, what does ASU's journalism program have that U of A's does not? Especially in terms of experience, internships, etc.


Replies to: ASU Journalism vs. U of A Journalism

  • uofasuuofasu Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    Hi I'm wondering the same thing, since this was posted a year ago I'm wondering if you have any further incite you could share with me. Thanks!
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