Enrolment in courses offered by the Department of Journalism is limited and depends on the applicants’ successful completion of the admission procedures outlined in the following paragraphs. All applicants to the Major in Journalism and the Minor in Science Journalism should apply through the Concordia University Admissions Application Centre. More information can be found at concordia.ca/artsci/journalism/programs/undergraduate.
A student must achieve a final mark of “C” or better in the reporting workshops in order to proceed to the next level. To graduate with a Major in Journalism, a student must demonstrate a working knowledge of French. Tests of oral proficiency in French are administered by the Département d’études françaises on behalf of the Department of Journalism, which is responsible for the final evaluation of each student’s competence. To graduate with a Major in Journalism, a student must also have a minor or an additional major in another discipline.